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by joshkyv » Tue Aug 15, 2006 9:09 am

Hello
My Bosch dishwasher ends the cycle with dirty standing water.
I don't think the pump is working although it doesn't overflow during the cycle. I have checked the hose is not blocked where it attaches to my sink and I have fished around in the water and under the filters to look for old food etc.
Can I investigate further to unblock the pump or do I just need a new one? Could it be something else?
I'd appreciate any advice.
Thanks.
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 Dishwasher not heating up water?

If your dishwasher will not heat the water the reason is often that the heater has failed, which is the heating element used to heat the water and to dry your dishes. You can buy replacement heating elements including many low cost compatible dishwasher heaters in our store here to fit all major makes including AEG, Beko, Smeg, Hotpoint, Bosch and many more

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by Martin » Tue Aug 15, 2006 10:46 am

joshkyv wrote:Can I investigate further to unblock the pump or do I just need a new one?


Yes a fairly easy thing to check and well documented in your 'user booklet' (it shows where to look and what to do :wink: )

Basically, remove the pump cover and check within for blockages/restrictions....eaaaaasy! :)
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by joshkyv » Wed Aug 16, 2006 8:35 am

Thanks very much - I can't believe I missed that page!
But, I'vedone that now and found nothing - any other things I could try to fix the problem?
Thanks
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 Dishwasher spray arm broken?

If your dishwasher isn't washing as well as it should then your spray arms may be blocked or faulty resulting in the dishwasher not cleaning as it should. You can buy replacement spray arms and associated spare parts from our store to fit all major makes including AEG, Beko, Hotpoint, Smeg and many more

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