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Bosch SL1501B Elektronic dishwasher - The dishwasher does not supply water

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  • #1
    Kubsob98
    Level 2  
    Hello.
    I have a problem with Bosch Elektronic dishwasher. The problem is that during washing, when the dishwasher is turned on, the water does not deliver water (I will put in pictures of the error indicator), then the brush indicator lights up and the dishwasher starts, but does not supply water. Earlier, the problem was that someone turned it on overnight, then after getting up in the morning there was a burning smell. What may be the problem? I have the thought that the water supply valve may have fallen, but I am not convinced. I add photos, please consider this post and help what could have happened. Thank you
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    #2
    viayner
    Level 42  
    Hello,
    Who doesn't he give this water to? I don't think it draws water - is it? Check the solenoid valve at the input, measure the voltages there, since there was a "burning smell", it is likely to replace the valve control element (triac). Measure the voltage on this triac, if it reacts at all, check if the gate is controlled. There have already been several such posts - search
    best regards
    I have corrected TONI_2003
  • #3
    Przemyslaww
    Level 6  
    I assume that this is a washing pump and may be damaged. It is best to remove the sides of the dishwasher and see if the pump is spinning or not during operation.
  • #4
    viayner
    Level 42  
    Hello,

    Recently, I was resuscitating a dishwasher that did not draw in water, started everything but did not draw in water ... The guilty hydrostat was not dirty or damaged, but it did not work, and a slight dismantling showed that the metal "membrane" is of low quality, a lot of burrs, etc. from the stamping / cutting process, maybe it just got stuck somewhere.
    If you unplug the hydrostat and start taking water, it's likely to be repaired.
    As for burning, it could be that one of the engines was overheated when trying to pump e.g. water that was not there and the sensor provided incorrect information.
    best regards