Bosch dishwashers

URZ

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**I'm now having the problem with the drain running endlessly*
Does this make a low humming noise when the On/Off button is pushed On and continues indefintely and the dishwasher never starts?
 

sgtmajor9999

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Hello All, I hope I'm doing this right. I have a Bosch SHU9926UC/U12 dishwasher. The cleaning cycles have begun to run hours at a time. I decided to replace the heating element and ordered one. My problem is that my NEW heating element has a terbidity sensor already inserted into the inlet port but the old part has some electro-mechanical looking component mounted on the top of the heating element itself. The NEW terbidity sensor accepts an electrical connector but the OLD part accepts individual single wire connectors. Can anyone tell me if there is a modification I can make to the wiring on the machine to use the new part? Thanks for any help you can offer.
 

jeff1

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Hi,

According to your model# this is the one needed:

bosch-heater-assembly-for-480317-ap2802450_01_m.jpg Heater Assembly

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sgtmajor9999

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BOSCH DW Heat Element Mystery

Thanks JEFF, And that's the exact one that I ordered and received. If you look in the upper right corner of the pic you'll see the turbidity sensor inserted. THAT component is not part of my original old part. And on the flip side of that part there is an electro-mechanical gizmo that 'I'm Supposing' is the OLD STYLE turbidity sensor of some sort. The new style (new part) T/S has an electrical connector. My OLD one has two individual tabs where two separate wires connected to it.
 

jeff1

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THAT component is not part of my original old part.
Then nothing gets hooked up to it on yours.

And on the flip side of that part there is an electro-mechanical gizmo that 'I'm Supposing' is the OLD STYLE turbidity sensor of some sort. The new style (new part) T/S has an electrical connector. My OLD one has two individual tabs where two separate wires connected to it.
Take some pics and post them here.

jeff.
 

sgtmajor9999

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Model #

Thanks again. Here are two photos I put together in hopes of clarifying. The model number is BOSCH SHU9926UC/U12.
Bosch DW Heater 001.jpg
Bosch DW Heater 002.jpg
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jeff1

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I can't see that fitting at all!
I/d call Bosch directly with full model# AND serial# as I did find references to different parts depending on the serial#.
Unfortunately both showed the wrong part for yours.

SHU9926UC/12/SERIAL: - 8002
SHU9926UC/12/SERIAL: 8003 -

Yours show FD8102

Sorry can't help more.

jeff.
 
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