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Float Switch (3-Terminal)

Part Number: AP2802373
MFG Part Number: 00165256
Made by: Bosch
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Genuine Bosch part. Bosch brands include Bosch, Thermador, Gaggenau, and others. See all items in Dishwasher Switch.

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Part Number 00165256 (AP2802373) replaces 165256, 935359, AH3439096, EA3439096, PS3439096, PS8697040.

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I have no water coming into my Bosch dishwasher, No kinks in line. Replaced water inlet valve. Should I replace float switch. Not sure if water inlet valve is getting power. Thanks

Gerry for Model Number he43m06uc/52

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Dishwasher cycles for around 4 hours. Opening door every 45 minutes bottom full soapy water.Eventually drains. unit cycles spraying water seems normal just long. Power outage during cycle .could be cause.

Mike for Model Number SHX46A02UC

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Sink drain clogged up. While attempting to unclog, caused water to back up in dishwasher. (Perhaps it was running and door got shut in process and it started again.) It flooded. Got water out. After sink was unclogged, DW drain motor operates with door open. I read an answer you gave on forum: "The Bosch dishwasher has a moisture sensor, (flood sensor), in the bottom assembly that will shut off the units' ability to do anything but drain out. The drain pump will run as long as the moisture is sensed and nothing else will work on the unit until the moisture under there is dried up." I know that the water valve could be broken, but I would like to try and dry out any water still in base. Can you advise where the moisture sensor is? Is that the same as a "float switch"? I found this same situation described in the PDF troubleshooter mentioned in your forum on page d3 in this post: http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/dishwasher-repair/7123-bosch-dishwasher-troubleshoot-manual.html#post19321 (although this PDF is prior to my model). Could you give me the least invasive first steps for potentially removing water that could have resulted when I plunged the sink? I did see some of the enzymes I had tried to break up the drain clog in the DW, so I'm assuming I backed the water up into it. Thank you

Siesta for Model Number shy56a05UC - FD 8405

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No water. Check water line, ok. Change water intake. Still no water.

Larry for Model Number shu9915uc

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First thing we noticed: it pumps water out for a short (3 to 4 seconds) time then stops a short time then pumps again,some times all night. Now it does the same thing but has over flowed out the front door, this time he had to turn the water off to get it to stop. Doyou think it is relay or fill switch? is there anything else could cause this and where are these parts located to check.? Thanks

Ron for Model Number SHE56C05/38

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Unit not draining, water pumps when running during wash cycle.

Randy for Model Number SHX45M01UG

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