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With Bosch's instruction manuals. Simply enter the E-NR (model type number) from your appliance and we'll take you to the available publications. Just use the type plate finder to get assistance. Just click on the link below to get assistance. Phone: 1300 369 744 24 hours support (Monday to Friday) You need these for product registration and booking your repair service. It covers the servicing, maintenance and repair of the product. Exploded views allow to identify all the part numbers and associated parts with the product in case they need to be replaced. This manual includes a description of the functions and capabilities and presents instructions as step-by-step procedures. The schematics are helpful to repair the product in case of dysfunction. Recent search for BOSCH SMS 4012. Appears to have power and water all attached but nothing happens. The light indicating the wash cycle never turns on, but the little washing powder door flips open. If water is put in manually it doesn't pump out. Any ideas??Login to post The missing click would seem to indicate that.Replace that and it should work fine. They are not very expensive. You could try to clean it, but it is easier to just replace it.It could be too low and the machine is trying to heat it and cannot. If that is the case, it is either a sensor or the heating element.To prevent trips happening I have to switch off at the power point and unplug.The washer is 20 years old and the problem started around 3 months ago.Is it a major problem. Frank. C There was water at the bottom of the washer that I scooped out. I checked the filter and cleaned out any. Trip the breaker first, to be safe.Now though nothing is happening the water isn't filling. Any way to test if this is a circulation motor issue for sure? I have tried to reset the machine, but I cannot switch the machine off as well Answer questions, earn points and help others.

Login to post You will need to have Adobe Reader (or any other PDF file viewer) installed to open the files:BElectricI just need to identify the symbols in front of the machine e.g. which one shows the salt level etc. I can scan email it to you if you want it.Any way to test if this is a circulation motor issue for sure? I have tried to reset the machine, but I cannot switch the machine off as well Answer questions, earn points and help others. By using our site, you agree to our use of cookies. Visit our Privacy Policy to learn more. Complete documentation is available for your Bosch appliance. If you already know your Model Number, just enter the first few characters. The photo should be clear and well-lit. Please double check your model number and make sure that all letters are capitalized. Please try again or type the Model Number (E-Nr) into the field manually. Please contact us if you can’t find what you’re looking for. We would like to invite you to take part in a short one minute survey. Thank you. If you wish to be contacted by us, please use our regular contact form here, contact Customer Support at (800) 944-2904, or chat online with a Customer Support representative. The light appears when I turn the dial, but nothing else happens. How do I fix it. Cheers.\015 If you are handy, you can replace it yourself. You can call Bosch to confirm this (I did). It mounts inside the door..Now the dishwasher is not completing the cycle properly by stopping intermittantly,taking almost double the cycle time to complete and not draining properly. Do you think this is just a blockage in the drainage system or something much more complex requiring a technic Been working okish, but worse recently, as that it doesn't seem to clean the tea stained cups at all. Other things seem to clean okish inside. We use dishwasher tablets as normal, however it was mentioned by someone that we might need to put salt somewhere? Thanx What may be the problem?

Last night, I put it on before going to bed as usual. I was awakened a couple of hours later to a loud grinding sound (like a pump being run dry), and found the noise coming from the dishwasher. Tonight I have been trying to troubleshoot the problem. The dishwasher will turn on, but it will not seem to fill with water. I have verified that the God bless you\012 \012 \012 \012 \012 Thermal Fuse\012 \012 \012 \012 \012 \012 \012 \012 \012.Our dishes are cloudy, there is food always on the bottom, the filters have been cleaned -as much as we can get them clean of calcified dishwashing detergent. And then you say everything is still dirty. somethi.I have reset the machine twice at which stage the pump empties the machine and the display shows 0 mins. However, have tried it agin and same problem. Any ideas, please? Switches on at main switch (0 appears in the numerical display) but none of the right hand programme buttons seem to be working. Have checked filter on water supply hose and that doesn't look blocked. Lots of switching off and on and holding down the buttons eventually sorted it!.Can you help?Rob Not sure what all the symbols mean. I have to manually switch it off. Any ideas before I call out an engineer. I have checked all the filters etc included in the troubleshooter info anf there are no blockages. I just need to identify the symbols in front of the machine e.g. which one shows the salt level etc. By continuing to use this site you consent to the use of cookies on your device as described in our cookie policy unless you have disabled them. By chatting and providing personal info, you understand and agree to our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Australia Whitegoods Australian Whitegoods Questions. I am in Australia and have a Bosch SMS 40 dishwasher (Model 4012AU).

During a normal wash cycle, the sump pump operates for a short time to discharge any water in the machine and then the sump (the bottom of the dishwasher) is filled with water (which takes a significant period of time) but the water is not circulated by the circulating pump at the same time (which we suspect it used to, because we do not recall ever hearing it just fill with water with no other noise). After filling the sump, the circulating pump then activates and washes the dishes. Similarly, at the start of the rinse cycle, there is no circulation while the sump is filled with water. The machine will then rinse properly and complete the cycle. Opening the door when the sump is full, or near full, causes water to flood out of the machine. We have never had a problem of flooding when opening the door previously during a cycle. The dishwasher has been used several times in this condition. Now however, the dishwasher has stopped after the wash cycle and the sump is full of water. Since the timer unit rotates and the circulating pump works, it appears to me that the relay unit is not activating the circulating pump while the sump is filling. However, this does not explain why the sump fills to a level of flooding when the door is opened, nor why it has now stopped mid-cycle. I appreciate that there may well be a multitude of sensors that I am unaware of, as I do not have a service manual. I would appreciate any advice that you may be able to offer. Submitted: 7 years ago. I've been working hard to find a Professional to assist you right away, but sometimes finding the right Professional can take a little longer than expected. I wonder whether you're ok with continuing to wait for an answer. If you are, please let me know and I will continue my search. If not, feel free to let me know and I will cancel this question for you. Thank you!

Ask Your Own Australia Whitegoods Question AU Appliance Technician: Kelly, Appliance Technician replied 7 years ago Kelly, Appliance Technician Category: Australia Whitegoods Satisfied Customers: 31,905 Experience: Highly accurate diagnostician with over 30 years of experience. Verified Hi, welcome to Just Answer. My name is XXXXX XXXXX I look forward to helping you. Click the link below to look at the pressure sensor on the Bosch dishwasher, the white round part at the very top. This is what stops the water flow and motor starting. This part is on the LH side of your machine, once the side panel has been removed. Is yours possibly plugged or obstructed. My dishwasher is an earlier model than the pressure sensor in your picture. My unit has a flotation device comprising a small rectangular box with an open bottom end. The flotation device is connected to a rectangular box with an open top (and a hole in the bottom), with a pivot between the two boxes. As water fills the tank in which the flotation combination unit sits, the flotation unit rises and pushes the arm on a microswitch. I have checked with a mulitmeter that the microswitch functions correctly. I tested the dishwasher through several cycles (including videoing it) and the flotation unit always seemed to work properly, although there seemed a little variation in the water level at which it actuated. However, there was a very thin film of algae on both the flotation unit and on the inside walls of the flotation tank, so I have cleaned them. If anything, the flotation unit now seems to move a little LESS smoothly, but it still actuates at the same level as before. However, a primary question is: If the sump water is at the correct level, is it true that you should be able to open the door and not have water flood out the bottom of the door? (For 17 years we have often interrupted the dishwasher at various random times to add extra items and we have never had water come out until recently).

At other times, water enters the dishwasher through a left side port. Each fill seems to use a mix of these methods. From the design of the tubing, the siphoning appears to be intended (is this true?). Sometimes the side tank has filled and just dribbled out, without siphoning, into the flotation tank. It may have been to a deliberately slower flowrate into the side tank. I have recorded several cycles on video, so I'll review them to check for differences. Any other feedback that you consider helpful would be welcome. AU Appliance Technician: Kelly, Appliance Technician replied 7 years ago You should be able to open the door without flooding. Since the float seems to be working, I am wondering if the water inlet valve may be seeping, allowing water to enter the machine without being energized. Do you ever find water in the tub even though you have not run the dishwasher. Ask Your Own Australia Whitegoods Question Customer reply replied 7 years ago Hi Kelly. Since the tubing from the side tank appears designed to siphon, I concluded that the water flowrate into the side tank is insufficient to always initiate the siphoning action. I further concluded that if the sump of the dishwasher was nearly full from “dribbling” water when a siphoning event occurred, that would lead to overfilling of the sump and therefore flooding. I tested the flowrate from the inlet hose and it was clearly sufficient. I therefore removed and replaced the inlet valve unit and the flowrate into the sidetank was remarkably increased, such that three siphoning events occurred in rapid succession until the appropriate sump level was reached. The filter in the old inlet valve unit was clear, so the fault was due to the solenoid failing to open the inlet valve sufficiently. AU Appliance Technician: Kelly, Appliance Technician replied 7 years ago Great. I am glad you got it figured out. Thank you for taking the time to update me, I appreciate that.

I guess I was on track with the water inlet valve, just incorrect about how it may have failed. Thanks again for the update, take care. Ask Your Own Australia Whitegoods Question Customer reply replied 7 years ago Thanks Kelly. AU Appliance Technician: Kelly, Appliance Technician replied 7 years ago You are very welcome, take care, my friend. Ask Your Own Australia Whitegoods Question Was this answer helpful. It tripped Lg dishwasher working fine until this afternoon. It appears to have We have a Westinghouse Dishwasher MDF901. It appears to have got stuck in a cycle and will not complete a washing cycle. I have a model SGS46M62AU dishwasher that has trouble starting. That is, you can hear it trying to pump the water out in spurts when you first try to start it. I I have a Blanco Dishwasher BFCWC65 which is now 2-3 years old. I had issues with it draining, however after clearing filters etc this fixed the problem, or so we thought. The drain pump is running all the time when power is on - whether the machine is off and even with the door open.Still have F6 fault. Appliance Repair Technician 3,875 satisfied customers fisher paykel dishwasher door drops down with no resistance fisher paykel dishwasher door drops down with no resistance (it is 9 years old) will not do a rinse or 73 min cycle F1 warning appears on screen.The water is not pumping out on the I have a smart drive LO3. The water is not pumping out on the shower and spin and on the end spin cycles resulting in the machine stopping and not finishing the cycles. Appliance Repair Technician 3,875 satisfied customers Hi, We have an AEG Lavamat W 1030 Front Loading washing machine. Hi, We have an AEG Lavamat W 1030 Front Loading washing machine. The machine runs through the cycle but will not do the final spin and the clothes are still wet when removed from the machine.

Appliance Repair Technician 3,875 satisfied customers Hello, I have moved into an old house and there is a Bosch Hello, I have moved into an old house and there is a Bosch SMS 5012. It looks 20 years old. It worked fine until a friend interrupted the washing cycle. It is connected to hot water. Posts are for general information, are not intended to substitute for informed professional advice (medical, legal, veterinary, financial, etc.), or to establish a professional-client relationship. JustAnswer is not intended or designed for EMERGENCY questions which should be directed immediately by telephone or in-person to qualified professionals. JustAnswer in the News: Ask-a-doc Web sites: If you've got a quick question, you can try to get an answer from sites that say they have various specialists on hand to give quick answers. seen a spike since October in legal questions from readers about layoffs, unemployment and severance. Traffic on JustAnswer rose 14 percent.and had nearly 400,000 page views in 30 days.inquiries related to stress, high blood pressure, drinking and heart pain jumped 33 percent. Tory Johnson, GMA Workplace Contributor, discusses work-from-home jobs, such as JustAnswer in which verified Experts answer people’s questions. I will tell you that.the things you have to go through to be an Expert are quite rigorous. What Customers are Saying: You did one super job of explaining to me everything there is to know about this fridge. I'm looking forward to asking you questions in the future. Jimmy Bagley, IA Wonderful service, prompt, efficient, and accurate. Couldn't have asked for more. I cannot thank you enough for your help. Mary C. Freshfield, Liverpool, UK This expert is wonderful. They truly know what they are talking about, and they actually care about you. They really helped put my nerves at ease. Thank you so much!!!! Alex Los Angeles, CA Thank you for all your help.

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