Jan 202011
 

Bosch Dishwasher not draining. This video shows you how to repair your Dishwasher when it’s not working because of a no drain issue

  17 Responses to “Bosch Dishwasher Not Draining Fix”

  1. found only light debris in the area of the impeller.Cleaned out and replaced parts no success.Suggest some other problem since water is not draining and bottom half of washer is wet but not the racks
    Sound contiues at low decible rate

  2. at 1:00 there is a reference to a #15 what screw? Its a beautiful video but i cant understand the kind of tool you are saying i need.

    Thanks!

  3. Fantastic guide – I just fixed my dishwasher that wasn’t draining properly. The impeller had jammed. All fine now. THANK YOU!

    • You are very welcome friend. Glad we could be of assistance. Bookmark us in case you have another appliance repair problem. We can help you fix any appliance in your home. Thanks for taking the time to comment, we appreciate it.

  4. Thank you very much for this video. This was the fix for my Bosch dishwasher, which wasn’t draining at all. I followed your video and sure enough, there was crud on the impeller and when I pulled the back flow preventer, it fixed my problems.

    • You are very welcome friend. This is a very common issue on Bosch dishwashers. So glad we were able to assist you!

  5. […] Follow this video on how to get to the impeller and the backflow preventer and your problems should be fixed. Worked for me. Bosch Dishwasher Not Draining Repair Help Online : ApplianceRepairLesson.com […]

  6. Thanks very much for the excellent video explanation. Was able to follow the instructions and saved myself having to call out an expensive repair man.

  7. Hi
    Thanks for the video link and the info.
    On my SMU2042UC/14 dishwasher, I couldnt get power to the Pump When the control sequence set out power from the control timer. It turned out that the wirring harness that carries the wires from the controls to the components under teh machine like the pump are protected with a flat rubber sleeve and the flexing broke the pump wire inside the sleeve. A one year fix was to re place the individual wire but it wasnt flexible enough thus it broke again eventually.

    Thankyou for the general common repair info.

    Vili

    • Hi,

      You are very welcome friend. Glad we were able to help you get your Bosch dishwasher fixed. Good luck and thanks for the comment!

  8. Hi, thanks very much for the video link – it is much appreciated. My issue is similar to the majority of the ones described here, but I wonder if something else might be wrong with my Thermador DWHD64CS/22. My wife loaded the dishwasher today and started it. She said it ran for a long time but didn’t sound like it was doing anything except draining. When I came home, I opened the door and the detergent hadn’t been released, and there was no water at the bottom of the tub. I turned it off and then on again with the door open, and it made the same draining noise even though the door was open. I followed the instructions in the video and found that the fine filter had been breached and some debris was allowed to get past it, including a small bone fragment that was stopped by the small plastic grates before it could get to the impeller. After removing the cover over the impeller, I found that it spun when powered on. I removed the backflow valve, but didn’t notice any issues there. It just seems like it dries to drain endlessly. Any ideas?

    Thanks in advance.

    • Hi,

      Yes, you are more then welcome friend! Sounds like your DW is in flood mode. There is a flood switch in the bottom of the dishwasher that is probably activated. Pull the kick plate off of pull the unit out. In the bottom see if there is water activating the switch. if so, dry the water and run and watch for a leak. If no water is present, make sure the puck is not chewed up and pushed up..

  9. I couldn’t be happier! We were one day away from vacation when the dishwasher stopped draining. Decided to remove as much water as possible and deal with it when we got back. When we got home I looked at a couple of website suggestions and tried yours first. I followed your simple, perfect directions, and there it was, a piece of chipped coffee cup stuck in the impeller. Thanks so much. Now I’m searching for a quick easy fix for the ice maker on my refrigerator.

  10. Thank you!!! A popcorn seed was my problem.

  11. I followed the repair and cleared the impeller last week and it drained fine! But it happened again today. I’ll clear it again but welcome any other suggestions. Dishwasher is not leaking and I don’t have an air gap on my faucet. The plastic control panel cover pulled off but machine still works although recently a bit noisier than usual. Too expensive to replace the cover pieces as all the plastic tabs have broken off. I’m learning alot as a stay at home mom about these repairs! Thanks for the video!

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