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    • Part Number: AP2802778
    • MFG Part Number: 00092190
    • Made by: Bosch
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Dishwasher worked great for years and one day it tripped the breaker and now nothing works

Eric for Model Number SMU4052 UC/14 (FD 7402-7902)

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Dishwasher does not start. I turn it past the start arrow and nothing. Was just fine before this happened. Thanks

John for Model Number SMU4052Uc/14

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The dishwasher stops after each cycle. I rotated it to dry and it did nt dry. I was thinking of replacing the timer until I seen the cycling thermostat. Which one do you think it may be?

John for Model Number SMU3036UC

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The timer is stuck on the wash and will just spray water and not stop? Will not change even if you change cycles.

Dennis for Model Number Bosch dishwasher about 10 years old

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The spray arms do not turn but water comes out. The water is hot. The pump works in the drain cycle. I checked the spray arms and they are not clogged. Could the timer module or control module be the problem?

Phil D for Model Number Bosch SHU 3300 DLX

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Heater not working on the unit. I replaced thermostats. Now it seems timer gets stuck, though the heater now seems to heat up water and to dry dishes if I advance it manually. Could it be broken wires in the door? Other? Ideas welcome! Thanks.

Eli for Model Number bosch SMU2042UC/14

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This dishwasher has been working faithfully for many years and is in good condition. Recently the heater stopped working. It seemed to cycle through all the way, but cleaning water was tepid and the dishes were still a bit wet at the end of the cycle, ie no drying. A technician came and said he would replace the thermostats and all would be fine. I did that myself. But it still does not work. Could it possiblty be a timer problem? All connections to the timer look as good as new and tight. Maybe something in there is preventing the heater from working? Ideas please! Thanks, Eli

Eli Noyes for Model Number Bosch SMU2042UC/14

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The timer is sticking. What is the tool type (screwdriver) to remove the stainless steel panel inside the door?

Jeff for Model Number Bosch dishwasher

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My dishwasher cycle stops at the same place on the wash cycle and then again at one point on the rinse cycle. Moving it one "click" from both of these points allows it to move forward and ultimately finish the dishwashing process. On two of your previous chats with the same symptoms you recommended a water valve to one person and a heating element to another. Which applies to my situation? Thanks, Mike

Mike for Model Number smu 4000 diswasher

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I replaced the soap dispencer. The arms to soap dispenser installed without any prolbem. Soap dispenser dont open unless I turn knob qickly by hand?

John D. for Model Number smu2042uc/14

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