My dishwasher stopped working mid wash cycle with a tub full of water. I heard a slight sizzle and the scent of burning electrical apparatus as it failed, so I've replaced the control board. However, nothing happens when I close the door, latch the door and press the power button.
There is 120V power to the machine and the door latch and power switch work fine. In fact, I switched the control panel and top half of the front panel on a working machine and everything is dead. The replacement panel works fine on the other machine, so I know it's not the board, switch and latch.
Is there a fuse or fused link somewhere I should look for?
What else could cause total power loss?
Also, is there a secret way to re-install the bottom front panel after all is done? I can't seem to fit the flanges into their slots no matter what I do, and those white plastic bumpers are in the way!
Answer Hello Greg,
The first thing to do is remove the kick panel and open the power connection box. This is to check the wire nuts that are used to connect the unit to the home power supply. This is the most common cause of this complaint. If you find no loose or burner wire nuts, the next step is to test the door switches and ensure the control has been properly programmed to the model.
I have an older Bosch dishwasher with a control panel which only allows regular wash cycles with other functions no longer working. Does it make sense replacing it, and if so, what part number would I need. The photo of what seems to be the replacement part shows too many led lights. Mine has only 5 cycles and a delay start button.
Answer Hello Joe,
You will need to check the units' I.D. tag for the full model number. The partial model number you provided brings up six possibilities. This leaves too many choices for a proper repalcement part. Look along the edges of the door liner for the units' I.D. tag and re-post with the full number. Thank you for your patience and understanding in this matter.
Cycle goes to 1min goes and Goes won't drain or stop.
Make sure there is no water in the base of the unit from a leak. If not, you will need to replace the control module on the unit.
I get no matches for my Bosch dishwasher with the model number as shown. Are parts available?
Answer Hello! The model number supplied is incorrect, the correct model number is SHE6AP05UC/06. Parts are available for this unit, if you were looking for the control module the part number is 00675104. Thanks!