I live in Peru and my Bosch dishwasher is 220V. Will this part work, or is it 110V?
Answer Hello Allen! Unfortunately, we do not stock the heater assembly for the given model number as it is an international unit. We do apologize for the inconvenience.
My dishwasher is 220-240V. Will this part work?
Answer Hello Allen! The model number supplied is an overseas/international model. Unfortunately, we do not stock the heater assembly listed for this particular model. I do apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you for your inquiry.
During a remodel a 240 volt circuit was connected to the dishwasher instead of the correct 120 volt. I started a cycle and did not realize what I had done until I could smell something melting. I rewired to correct circuit , it still works but it takes 3 or 4 times as long to complete a wash. Is it toast or can I replace a part.
Answer Hi Russ. The unit gets the supply voltage through the door switches and then directly to the control board. If you suspect any issues, the board is what I would inspect and replace first. Are there any codes blinking? Control board part # 00676960. It may have shot part of the logic circuit or the options circuit that were chosen during the time of run/ failure , 240 vac issue. Thank You.
Is there a trick to getting the heater back in place? I can't get the o-rings far enough in to seat it in the sump section as the original no matter how hard I push against it.
Answer Hello Eric. You will need to get the heater 00263869 seated properly for the o-rings to slip into place correctly. If they are to tight, you can use a light film of grease on the o-rings. Hope this helps.