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Circulation Pump

Part Number: AP2826384
MFG Part Number: 00239144
Made by: Bosch
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Genuine Bosch part. Bosch brands include Bosch, Thermador, Gaggenau, and others. See all items in Dishwasher Pump.

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Part Number 00239144 (AP2826384) replaces 266511, 1042021, 239144, 491434, 580361, AH3446311, EA3446311, PS3446311, PS8700098.

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Replacing a circulating pump on a bosch dishwasher Russell G. • Greenbrae, CA • May 23, 2014

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pooling water in bottom I blow through disposal end of discharge hose air does not come out even tried a air compressor! washer stops about 2 min after you start it with water pooling again I clean out the waterwith cup same thing clogged hose,bad pump, pump rebuild kit?? what

Corny for Model Number bosch shv4803uc/u12 fd8104


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I'm trying to buy a circulation pump for our Bosch dishwasher. I had one circulation pump picked out and out of curiosity did a model number cross reference to see if the pump matched my washer model and it said it did not on your website. So I clicked the link to find parts for my model number, found the circulation pump that was recommended by your site, did another check on that page to cross reference that part with my washer and your site said that it was not the correct part. Can I get a confirmed circulation pump # or a direct link to the proper pump for this dishwasher? SHU53E05UC/14 (FD8502) Thanks in advance. Morgan

Morgan for Model Number SHU53E05UC/14 (FD8502)


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Hi, I have a Bosch Dishwasher. Model #: SHX22A05UC/14. I am trying to trouble shoot what may be wrong with it. The dishwasher made a really loud noise like something was burning out. There was some water left in the bottom of the dishwasher. I was able to drain the dishwasher by bypassing to the empty cycle. The dishwasher does not work at this point. When I turn it on it sounds like it is stuck and does not go on to do anything. Before I spend all kinds of money and time on it I would like to know what you think it is. Please email me back. Regards, Robert

Robert for Model Number SHX33A05 UC/14 (FD 8211-)


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Dishes will not get clean, water is hot enough, all arms clear but shoots weak stream, Cascade soap will not all empty from dispenser,drains are clean and empty well, it will just not get all of the food off of the dishes. this is a sudden onset problem.

Bill for Model Number SHE65P05UC/53


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Dear Expert(s), Following the advice from the Expert to my initial question, the washer now seems to run fine with no more water accumulating in the base pan. (only tried the Quick Wash cycle). It runs, it heats, it sprays (top and bottom), it drains and it dries. BUT, it gets stuck at 1 min at the end of the cycle. It actually stops completely, with no more water in the machine and the dishes are hot and dry, so it’s basically done. NO drain or pumps is running, but it does not count down to 0 (zero) and gives the audible “cycle complete” beep. I have waited as long as 10 mins to see if it kicks back in, but NO! The way I have “fixed” this is to open the door and turn the machine off for about 1 min. Then, turn it back on and close the door. The display now reads 4 mins. (The first couple of runs it read 2 mins after off and on). I can now hear the relay(s) clicking and it counts back down to 2 mins. At that point, I hear the drain kicking in and the Circulation Pump starting. This goes on for about 1 min while the machine counts down to 1, then to 0 at which point it stops and gives the audible indicating complete cycle. Having researched this, I keep running into a bad relay (under capacity), a burned solder joint or a faulty Main Board….? So, I took the board out and opened it. It looks fine and I see no burned or bad solder joints (my model is not on the Bosch recall list). So, I put everything back together and ran a new cycle (Quick Wash), but with the same result; stuck at 1 min. So, could it really be the board ($$$) or a relay or do I just need to “re-set” or “re-code” the machine since I have had it open with the Circulation Pump out and also replaced 2 parts ([Bosch # 00425458] and [Bosch # 00499500]) ? So far, I have not been able to find any information on how to "re-set" my specific model. This is not a huge problem, but more a nuisance that I can work around. But, it’s not supposed to work this way besides I have to be present when the machine is running. So, I would be very grateful to any suggestion(s) on why this happens and how to fix it.

John M for Model Number SHY66C05 UC/14 (FD8301-)


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This is somewhat of a long question, but I wanted to document everything I have done over the past two weeks, as accurate as possible. Recently, I noticed that at the end of the wash-cycle, the machine (drain pump ?) kept running and the display would not get to zero (typically stuck at 1 min). When opening the door, the unit stopped and the dishes were clean and dry. I examined all the parts inside the machine; such as the drain, circulation filter, arms etc., but found no debris or any other visible damage or problems. I then pulled the unit out from under the counter and noticed that the bottom pan had a lot of water in it. Used a shop- vac and paper towels to remove the water and let it dry out for a few days. After that, it would run again, but during the cycle (Quick Wash), I was observing that the bottom pan would slowly fill up with water again, and it seemed to come from the motor area (right side). So, the machine does drain, but a big part of the water and soap leaks into the bottom pan somehow from somewhere? Then, spent days on the Internet to try to diagnose and fix the problem. One suggestion was that the Float switch or Pressure Switch (water level system) [Bosch # 00499500] was defective, so ordered that part. After ordering, I did check the two switches with my multimeter and they both had continuity, so they should be OK. While waiting for this part (that I probably didn’t need) to arrive, continued searching for a solution. Found another suggestion that the Water Inlet Valve [Bosch # 00425458] could be the culprit. So, ordered that part too. The original valve looked bad and had gunk in it after 8 years. However, it checked out for continuity, but replaced it and the angled brass connector anyway oh well. Hooked everything back up and ran a Quick Wash cycle. Same result; cycle completed, but stuck at the end and too much water in the base pan. Ordered an Impeller and Seal Kit [Bosch # 00167085], another suggestion I found on-line. The part arrived today, and now I was doing the big job of getting into the guts of the machine to replace the impeller etc. However, when I got everything apart, it seemed the Impeller, the Shaft-Seal, the O-ring and the spacer where all OK (they looked no different than the just delivered replacement parts) with no visible tears or damage, now what? Also, both the large [Bosch # 00263102] Pump Gasket as well as the smaller Pump Gasket [Bosch # 00171598] looked fine and not damaged; only some calcium deposits. On the motor itself, the only thing I could see was Calcium deposits on the down end of the motor housing, probably due to sitting in water over longer periods of time. BUT, I also noticed Calcium deposits on the inside under the Impeller and it looked like these deposits may have started at or around the center pin, which seem strange, at least to a novice like me. I also visually inspected the Drain Pump [Bosch # 00642239] and checked it with my multimeter; it looks fine and has continuity, so I guess it is OK? I do not have a Capacitance feature on my multimeter, so I have not been able to check the capacitor mounted to the motor, but it looks OK (no bulging) and since the washer starts and runs, both the motor and the capacitor seem to be OK? Nevertheless, I am now totally stuck; the “patient” is lying on its back with the “belly” open and the motor removed and I still have no idea where the leak is or what causes it. The spare parts are piling up and I don’t know if I even need them. However, I still cannot see anything obvious that would cause this leak into the bottom pan which, I assume, result in the other issues with are no getting more and more expensive, and I still have not fixed my problem. Any help, suggestions, and advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

John M. for Model Number Bosh Dishwasher SHY66C05/14


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