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So E24 is a drain error. It means that the dishwasher isn't draining out in an adequate time which it sounds like is true since you found a pool of water at the bottom. Bosch dishwashers are not easy to work on for drain issues unfortunately.First, I'm going to assume you didn't change your garbage disposal recently--so if you did please speak up. You'll need to open the door and remove the center cylinder filter as well as the silver stainless mesh filter plate. This will allow you get gain access to the plastic sump (or pump cavity) below the filters. There is a little plastic dome held down by 1 screws on down inside the left side of the sump. Remove the screw (it's a size 15 torx bit screwdriver) and check for any blockages to the drain pump impeller that is now exposed. Put the cap back on and run another cycle to see if it works. If not, you'll need to uninstall the unit, disconnect the drain hose and blow through it to see if it's clear. If it's clear---replace the drain pump. Below is a link to a video that will show you how to take the sump apart to check the drain impeller.
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I'm not thinking of a different model, there just isn't a video for this exact model. You will need to remove the coarse filter by twisting it out and then pulling out the filter plate. Look down in the sump and there is a plastic cover over top of the drain pump impeller. it's the only removable part down inside the sump. Remove that and look at the impeller.
Other than that you need to uninstall the entire dishwasher and follow the drain hose into the bottom of your dishwasher and disconnect it and then blow through it to make sure it's clear. If it's clear then replace the drain pump. If this is not something you can do yourself then it's time to call a technician out.
The impeller is the little plastic fan blade attached to the motor which pumps the water out.
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