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starting from zero cycle will drain DW before it starts cycle if pump works. otherwise i use a wet vac with the bottom filter removed. no salt in machine can also make it fail to work properly.David wrote: ↑January 1st, 2021, 3:35 pmHad a new pump fitted only last year ,can't be that .I am just wondering to get a bosch engineer out see if he can sort it out ,or take the pipe out see what it's doing. Is there anyone out there knows how to force the D/w to drain with out going through a cycle. Thanks
the salt tip is from my missus. we used to have a bosch and evertime it wasnt draining where i am about to strip out pump, she always told me it needs salt. low and behold 2 days later ater it worked its way through, it worked fine for another 4-6 monthsDavid wrote: ↑January 3rd, 2021, 11:22 amThanks for that, press reset goes to 00.01 then I try it the pump sounds like it turns then turns again, sounds like it is emptying but there is no difference, if I persist it eventually drains but this does not always work. Also if the machine worked in the engineers shop what difference would the salt make . Thanks for the reply .
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