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    • Part Number: AP2826384
    • MFG Part Number: 00239144
    • Made by: Bosch
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We love this Bosch dishwasher. But it stopped working some months ago. It heats up the water and pumps it out. But the spray arms don't turn and the water flow seems low. It also makes a grinding sound that it never made before. What part would cause this to happen? Is this a common complaint with this model? The unit is approximately nine years old.

Mike for Model Number shv46c03uc

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Unfortunately you did not answer my question. I really like my dishwasher, everything was OK, washing great. So I will ask again. After four years the the strange loud noise started when water moves inside washing. There is no noise when draining or filling water, dishes are coming out clean. What can it be? Please answer

Natasha for Model Number SHE43MO6UC

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Hi, I have a bosh dishwasher that's about 5 years old. I turned it on last night and went to bed. When I woke up it was off but full of water. Now when I try to turn it on it only makes a buzzing sound from the lower right side.

Kurt

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I have a "bad" circulation pump/motor. Its noisy and is not moving the same volume as it use to. I've looked up replacement parts, and there seem to be two numbers: AP2826384 and AP 3385208. When I cross reference these with my model number, it states that neither is compatible. Is either one the right pump or do I need a "special" one?

John Doe for Model Number Bosch SHX55M06UC/53

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The dishwasher stopped functioning and had a lot of standing water in the bottom. I have the drain motor removed. Can i test this motor by applying 120volts to it?

Pope for Model Number SHU3326UC/UC12

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Hello, I have a Bosch SHU9925UC /UC12 dishwasher and during the last cycle something definitely went south. The unit did not drain and there is a strong "electrical" smell through out the kitchen, and when I try to drain or run a new cycle, nothing happens, not even a sound. ( all lights are functioning) - any ideas? Thanks!

Angus for Model Number Bosch SHU9925UC /UC12

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HI, I've have a problem for a few days. the dishwasher will not clean very well when the cycle is finish. I have standing water 1/2 on the grid. I can hear the pump, but the water is not going to the drain, I need to remove the water myself. if I do not, I think that the dishwasher runs with old water. When i remove the water, and run with nothing inside, the water is clear, but remains in the bottom of the dishwasher. Thanks for the help.

Benjamin A. for Model Number shu3336uc u12

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I need a circulation pump part # and price, please

Cheryl for Model Number shu43c02Uc/17

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Greetings...We have a Thermador DW44ZP Dish Washer and I have noticed that when the unit enters into a draining cycle I hear a loud moan/whirling sound. It happens almost every time the unit drains. Dishes come out clean...There is no collecting of water in the basin of the washer...Soap is dispensed correctly and water level is correct with regard to cycle on/off. Could it be the pump assembly? If not, what should I be looking at? Tks!

Nick for Model Number Thermidor DW44ZP

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Our Bosch dishwasher is about 6 years old. Over the past few weeks, it has started making a horrible cavitating noise at the beginning of each circulation portion of the cycle. Initially, we thought there might be some kind of scale buildup and so we just ran a couple of cycles with dishwasher cleaner. That made no difference, and so we started examining the situation more thoroughly. We noticed that even though the dishes were getting clean, the water levels during the cycle (particularly during the noisy parts) were lower than we expected to see. We don't have a great baseline for what the water levels were historically, but we expected it to be above the sump screen. Generally, when we open the dishwasher during the noise, we find the water level to be at or lower than the height of the sump screen. The noise does go away if we open the dishwasher when the noise starts and add a few cups of water. This is how we've continued to clean our dishes over the last few weeks. The noise very reliably disappears the moment we add more water. Based on this, we replaced the water inlet valve thinking it must not be opening enough and causing the machine to underfill. The new water valve did not resolve the issue. Next, we pulled the dishwasher out of the cabinet to inspect the water manifold and tubing for debris. They are beautifully clear. We do have a water softener, but even so, it still surprises me just how clean the tubing is. We reconnected the water to run the dishwasher and watch the water manifold at the same time. Water definitely enters the machine, but just doesn't fill it to the level required to avoid the growling sound before the circulation pump kicks on. It continues to fill for a minute or two while the circulation pump gets going, and the majority of the time the noise goes away by the time the filling ends. Even that end level is somewhat variable though, which surprised us because we expected it to consistently fill to a point that would almost - but not quite - trigger the float. We've played with the hose to make sure there are no kinks. The only other thing that I can even think to do, but have little hope for and don't really know how good of an idea it really is, is to vacuum out the sump and each port entering/exiting the sump just in case some chunk of food is managing to stay bizarrely stuck through weeks of troubleshooting & running the machine. My question boils down to: what next? What is the normal fill level for a Bosch dishwasher? Is this fill level normally variable, and if so, by how much? What other components would impact the fill level and could potentially cause underfilling? Or should we just move over to focus on the (much more expensive) circulation pump and ignore the variable water level?

Jessica for Model Number Bosch SHE55M05UC/48

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