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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. Please use the box above to search for any other information.Model(s) Bosch SHX45M, SHE45M, SHV45M, SHE43M, SHE33M, SHX33M, SHX43M, SHE55M, SHX55M. BSH Home Appliances Corporation. Estimated Yearly Operating CostCost Range of Similar Models. Estimated Yearly Electricity UseEstimated.Yearly Operating CostYour cost will depend on your utility rates and use. Cost range based only on four wash loads. Murray (Posted by Murraykorth 7 years ago) Bosch SHV45M03UC - Fully Integrated Dishwasher Answers Everything else seems to be working fine but it is not blowing cold air. Machine Won't Sew. If your dishwasher model was released annually to the same hype as most mobile phones are every year, the release date would be ingrained in your memory even if you're not a fan of that particular model and never planned to get one. It is also handy to know the year for insurance purposes. This information will come in handy if you need to buy any spare parts or, again, if your dishwasher develops a fault and needs to be serviced. Inside the door or on the side panel of your dishwasher, you will find strings of numbers and letters hopefully still legible after years of use. One of these numbers is beginning with the letters FD.http://www.hshsv.sk/userfiles/bosch-maxx6-sensitive-manual.xml

This is the serial number you're looking for. Ignore all these number but the first four. The last two digits represent the month. The production month is February. In that case, ignore the first digit, giving you the year 02 (2002) and the month 05 (May). She writes about education, parenting and linguistic technology. Find her at www.tanyamoziasslavin.com. Send a Houzz Gift Card.Or another model in this price range that is better? We've had one going on 15 years with nary a problem. Not your listed model, of course. Most DW are pretty close when it comes to performance, energy usage, etc. Good luck on your decision! I have had mine for 6 years with not a problem (knock on wood). It is extremely quiet, has a stainless steel interior, and heats its own water. KitchenAid has had reliability issues and is now owned by Whirlpool, whose customer service has gone waaaay down. Even the big box stores sell panel ready dishwashers (they just don’t have them on the display floor). Bosch, Asko, Kitchenaide..See More kitchen appliances Q Comments (13) We have 5- 10 year old Kitchen Aid appliances. We typically never buy the extended warranties. We did for the refrigerator and thank goodness- it did need a major repair before the 5 year mark, but was covered and the refrigerator gasket started to tear and that was covered also. The dishwasher has been fine except -- my husband replaced a part that we were able to purchase on Amazon. The grinder was broken because a pop tab snuck down there. The beverage fridge has an issue with the light switch. We did not get extended warranty on that, so it's not fixed and not a big deal. The Stove had to have the circuit board replaced, but that was covered under extended warranty. The microwave time and timer lights no longer light up, we just live with it. Otherwise LOVE them. Considering that new appliances aren't supposed to last 10 years any more (?!) I guess we are ok.http://pujcovna-kostymy.com/FCKarchiv/bosch-maxx6-sensitive-manual.xml

They were the Kitchen Aid Architect series which I'm sure no longer exists. We really like our local appliance dealer. They have been wonderful..See More Kitchen Layout Help, please Q Comments (5) Thank you, Rachel. The cabinets behind the peninsula on the hall wall are the only glass cabinets in the room, with my wine glasses, etc. (inspiration photo below).Love your point about folks helping to set the DR table with dishes kept near the sink, and away from the cooking zone. I'll have to think on that one. Thank you!.See More Kitchen Remodel - Appliances???? Q Comments (3) I just replaced my Bosch DW bought in 2004 with a new Bosch when I remodeled. The old one was still working but since I was remodeling, I thought I might as well do it now rather than a year or two from now. I don't think you can go wrong with any Bosch DW - the difference would really be in terms of functions and style. The Miele is slightly more expensive but also is supposed to be very reliable. I personally didn't worry about matching my appliances. My refrigerator is KA. My wall oven happens to be Bosch because I wanted a side opening model but directly below it is a Sharp microwave draw. My induction cooktop is Bosch but it's black so there really is nothing that makes it look like anything else. Buy whichever specific appliance you want in each category and don't worry whether they are the same brand..See More chefnewbie 11 years ago I have a Kitchen Aid Architect that is fabulous at getting the dishes clean. I had an older Bosch at my old house. It did not clean as well as my new KA does, but that could just be the age factor. The bosch I had left a lot of dishes still wet, but my KA gets everything dry. Also, I would get a lot of residue in the bottom of glasses and cups with the Bosch - I get none with the KA. Again, the newer Bosch DWs may not have any of these problems. I don't know. I do know that I really love my KA.

I also have an Icon DW in my kitchen (yes two DWs) and it works beautifully, too. And having hopped from house to house to house for a while, I've seen numerous, including a KA. I've never seen dishes come out so perfectly pristinely clean and gleaming as I've seen them come out of mine. Obviously, not all the dishwashers were of the same vintage but I am still simply delighted with my 500-series Bosch. Looks good, cleans brilliantly, dries really well (upturned cup bottoms notwithstanding). I'm happy with it. I have the Integra 500 SHX55Mo6 and love it. It does a fantastic job of cleaning just about anything you can put in there. It'll be more water and energy efficient as well. I don't know if we just got a lemon. It is noisy, it has concealed controls where the buttons wore out and stopped functioning and we had the panel replaced, then we had the control panel fixed again and the detergent dispenser replaced. One of the racks is broken. It's a mess, and it's only about 5 years old. The pump seems to be going and instead of a repair, I'm going to get a new DW, likely a Bosch or Miele. Because the interior is stainless steel, the steam condenses on the stainless steel, instead of the dishes, and then drains away. Much more fuel and water efficient. It's not that it 'lacks' the function - it doesn't need it, because it's designed not to need it. Since I don't use the heated dry, I'd agree that having that option isn't particularly important but then there's nothing wrong with options. One difference between the two that hasn't been brought up here: the KA is a couple of inches deeper than the Bosch, which for us seem to make for more loading options. I know it made a big difference with loading our particular dinner plates. I'd encourage the OP to take some plates to the appliance store and try them out. My only reservation about the Bosch at this point is the stories that I've heard about the dishwasher smell problems.

We do have an air gap installed now, though, so that may or may not prevent us from getting that problem. I noticed the vent on some of the nicer models is on top, which means it vents under the countertop. Does anyone have problems with this vent. Does is cause moisture to migrate to cabinets, or ruin anything. Just wondering! I'm new to this forum. Still deciding what to buy for the remodel.It's maddening. I'm in the market for a new dishwasher that doesn't vent out the top. Also, this quietseries isn't very quiet! These Fun Kitchen Ideas Are for You By Laura Gaskill Would you rather sip wine and read than cook every night. Consider these kitchen amenities Full Story 155 KITCHEN DESIGN The Best Places to Stash Small Kitchen Appliances By Bud Dietrich, AIA Tucked-away places like nooks, pantries and dedicated cabinets keep your kitchen gadgets handy but out of the way Full Story 57 KITCHEN OF THE WEEK Kitchen of the Week: 27 Years in the Making for New Everything By Jeannie Matteucci A smarter floor plan and updated finishes help create an efficient and stylish kitchen for a couple with grown children Full Story 161 KITCHEN DESIGN So Over Stainless in the Kitchen? 14 Reasons to Give In to Color By Becky Harris Colorful kitchen appliances are popular again, and now you've got more choices than ever. Which would you choose. Live better. Shop grocery Store finder Store finder Flyers for Walmart Flyers Sign in My account More ways to save Rollback Enjoy savings on 1000s of items. Clearance We clear out. You save big. Deals of the Week Hot deals from our select seller partners. Weekly flyer features Low prices on your everyday essentials. Walmart Pickup Order online. You can unsubscribe at anytime. Subscribe Personal information provided may be collected, used and disclosed in accordance with our Privacy Policy Connect with Us Connect with us on your favourite social networks. We’ll let you know what we’re up to, and you can tell us how we’re doing. Please try again.

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We’re having technical issues, but we’ll be back in a flash. Done. This helps support the site. Thank You for your support!On this page, I have the instructions and the parts you need to identify and fix the problem.Removed the outer door panel (8 screws). This gives you working room to get at the water valve. Disconnected the water feed line from the water valve. Removed 2 screws from the water valve mounting bracket. Disconnected the wiring plug from the valve. Used a long-nosed Vise-grip to open hose clamp and a hair dryer to soften the hose and facilitate removal. If the manufacturer had made this hose even an inch longer it would have shortened the job by half. Connected hose to new valve (a drop of vegetable oil on the valve’s nipple will help get the hose all the way on without getting stuck half on and half off. The electrical plug was plugged into the valve prior to the hose installation. Install.mounting screws to secure valve. Salvage the brass elbow from the old valve, clean it up and reuse in the new valve. Some instructions specify using Teflon tape on the elbow. Mine leaked so I removed the elbow and reinstalled it using pipe dope. Also, the elbow is easier to remove before the old valve is unmounted. Turn on water and power and check for leaks and function. Reinstall door panel and kick panel. Assuming you read this over before starting the repair, turn off the water and power(unplug) before beginning. Great service and speedy delivery!! I was able to access the valve by removing the kick-plate at the bottom, and not take the entire door apart. Replacing the valve was easy enough, but the hose clamp holding the plastic fill-tube to the dishwasher tank was secured with a spring clamp, which was installed over nine years ago. I had to cut and destroy the clamp in order to get it off. Re-attached the tube with a small screw-type clamp from the hardware store. Well worth the effort, and the dishwasher is now just perfect.

Many thanks for your very fast service. The primary differences are thatOh, and the unit isEssentially, it lowers the water temperature, andIt still uses the same volume of water, it's simply running the built-inFirst, if yourWhile it's remotely possible that there's anThey both use identical pre-set volumes of waterFor the water-saving die-hards, note that the “econo” wash doesn'tHowever, the RegularHowever, youWhen you pull the top rack out, the sprinklerIt uses the same energy, the 3 primary wash cycles are identical, etc. While it has more buttons, even the buttonIt does however keep theContent on this site is not guaranteed to be accurate. All Snap Products are made with premium materials and are tested so they last. Axel not included. All Snap Products are made with premium materials and are tested so they last. Axel not included. Alterations to Snap Supply products is a violation of the return policy and will result in a nonrefundable product. To ensure your satisfaction with our products please contact us with any questions. Click here for more about our Return Policy Free Shipping Shipping can be expensive, that is why Snap Supply provides free shipping on all orders. No minimum order amounts, that force you to buy something you don't need. Order before 1 PM Eastern and it will ship that same day. Warranty Buy with Confidence. Snap Supply Parts always come with a 1 Year Warranty. Click here to learn more about our Warranty Policy Pick-up between 9 am - 5 pm All Snap Products are made with premium materials and are tested so they last. Axel not included. All Snap Products are made with premium materials and are tested so they last. Axel not included. Always direct to your inbox in moderation. ( we never share your private information. ) As your appliance replacement parts specialists we provide an exceptional customer experience each and every time you choose us. Junction box cord for use in hard-wired. Junction box cord for use in hard-wired installations.

See installation instructions for details. Our exclusive stainless-steel wash tub with polypropylene base. A state of the art wash system and flexible loading options makes cleanup easy. Premium. The Bosch 800 Series dish. The Bosch 800 Series dishwasher delivers a sparkling clean and dry with advanced PrecisionWash technology and patented CrystalDry technology. With PrecisionWash, intelligent sensors continually scan. ADA Compact Front Con. Color: Stainless Steel. A state of the art wash system and flexible loading options makes cleanup easy. Premium. Hold times are long. Even reliable brands like Bosch are susceptible to long-term wear and tear or an unforeseen part failure. Sometimes the problem is obvious. A worn-out seal, for example, will leave a puddle on your kitchen floor. But other Bosch dishwasher problems aren't so obvious. Two of the most common are a soap dispenser failure and the dishwasher not filling. Need help finding your model number. Most Common Problems Your Bosch Exxcel or Classixx dishwasher features an electronic diagnostic system for troubleshooting various malfunctions. Sometimes, however, those error codes can be confusing. Have a look at our list of symptoms, then enter your model number in the search field. We'll offer you a range of possible causes and help you find the right one. You'll end up with the right replacement part to solve the problem and the confidence to do the repair yourself.

Dishwasher not cleaning 11 possible causes and potential solutions View solutions Featured Video Video 02:20 144,798 241 Dishwasher not draining 10 possible causes and potential solutions View solutions Featured Video Video 02:59 523,420 961 Dishwasher buttons not working 3 possible causes and potential solutions View solutions No Video Available Dishwasher lights flashing or blinking 6 possible causes and potential solutions View solutions No Video Available Dishwasher leaking 6 possible causes and potential solutions View solutions Featured Video Video 02:15 514,803 1,225 Dishwasher leaking from motor area 6 possible causes and potential solutions View solutions No Video Available VIEW ALL The Right Parts for the Job We carry more than 4 million parts from over 175 major brands, so chances are, we've got the part you need. Join Repair Clinic's VIP email list for 10% off, plus other discounts and tips. We've got millions of parts, hundreds of brands, and thousands of step-by-step videos— everything you need to find it, fix it and finish the job right. It could be something simple, especially if you just installed it. Make sure the power cord is connected properly and a circuit breaker did not trip. After that, if its water line was not flushed before installation, it might have air bubbles inside that keeps the water from flowing through the hose with the right amount of pressure. Disconnect the water supply line from the dishwasher and flush 2 gallons of water through it before reinstalling the hose. If that fails, troubleshoot your Bosch dishwasher filling problem by process of elimination. Cycle Interruption A Bosch dishwasher dues not fill with water if the previous cycle was interrupted. If it was turned off for any reason and mistakenly left off, the dishwasher cannot fill with water, even though the unit comes on. Look for a kink in the water supply line. If you find one, shut off the water valve, and remove the hose and kinks.

Reattach the water supply hose and turn on the valve. Hose Filter Most Bosch dishwashers contain a small filter inside the hose end to prevent sediment from your water supply getting inside the dishwasher. With the water supply hose disconnected, remove the filter from inside the hose, clean it thoroughly to remove any iron buildup or sediment, and replace. Reinstall the hose line and reopen the water supply valve. Water Pressure Verify you have enough water pressure to run the dishwasher. Grab a 1 gallon container and turn the faucet on to fill it. If you have enough water pressure to run the dishwasher, the container should fill up within 30 seconds. If it takes longer to fill a gallon container, you might not have enough pressure in your water delivery system to effectively use the dishwasher. Pooling Water The dishwasher does not fill for a new cycle when it has not drained from the last. If you open your dishwasher to find a pool of water inside, locate the large-object trap in the center bottom of the dishwasher. Remove the bottom tray to access the large-object trap. Turn the top of the large-object trap counterclockwise one-quarter turn and lift it out. Thoroughly clean its mesh filter. Remove any large objects such as toothpicks, bones, broken glass or food debris from the filter area. Clean the large mesh screen that surrounds the large-object trap before reinstalling everything in reverse of removal. Close the door to see if the dishwasher drains. If it does, you are free to start the next cycle. Water Inlet Valve Inside the bottom front of the dishwasher behind the kick panel, there is a water inlet valve that operates via electricity. Remove the Bosch power cord from the outlet or shut off power to the unit at the circuit breaker. Remove the kick panel by unscrewing the two screws on either side. Detach the screws that hold the front door panel in place from inside the dishwasher; pull the door panel down and set it aside.

Close the door to access the water inlet valve. The water inlet valve has two wires that connect it to the circuitry of the unit. Check to ensure they are firmly attached. Also examine the valve for damage or leaks. If it is damaged, buy the part using the right model number for your dishwasher and replace it; otherwise, contact an appliance repair technician to do it for you. References Bosch: Home Appliances FAQs -- Dishwasher Is Not Filling With Water Sears Parts Direct: Bosch Dishwasher -- Manuals and Guides About the Author As a native Californian, artist, journalist and published author, Laurie Brenner began writing professionally in 1975. She has written for newspapers, magazines, online publications and sites. Brenner graduated from San Diego's Coleman College. Add 20 to the first two digits to get a production year. The next two digits are the production month. How to Find the Production Date of a Bosch Dishwasher Knowing the production date of your Bosch dishwasher may come in handy in the event of a recall or if filing an insurance claim. While Bosch doesn't print the code in a date format on their dishwashers, it's still possible to deduce the month and year a dishwasher was made based on its serial number. Locating the Serial Number The serial number is printed on every Bosch dishwasher on its door. To locate the serial number, open the door, and then look for a series of printed numbers and letters along the top inside edge. On some Bosch dishwashers, this information is printed on one of the sides of the door instead, typically on the right side. On some models, these four digits are listed on their own, followed by a space and then five more digits. The five-digit portion of the code has no bearing on the production date. Add 20 to the first two digits to determine the production year. If the final total equals more than 100, ignore the first digit. Bosch will ask for this information in the event of a recall.

To determine whether your dishwasher has been recalled, visit the Bosch safety notices website, then click through any of the dishwasher links that may pertain to your dishwasher. The resulting page requests the serial number and model number. Write Down the Information In some cases, the metal or paper tag listing the model and serial number of the dishwasher can come off, fade or otherwise become illegible over time. To prevent difficulties in reading the information over time, write down the full model number and serial number on the dishwasher's owner's manual. This way, the information will always be available. Store the Bosch manual along with other kitchen appliance paperwork in an easy-to-find location, such as a kitchen drawer. Keep information on any repairs performed along with the paperwork for future reference. She is an avid DIYer that is equally at home repurposing random objects into new, useful creations as she is at supporting community gardening efforts and writing about healthy alternatives to household chemicals.