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Good morning, Have Bosch SHE44C dishwasher, sn FD8606 09202.

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Good morning,
Have Bosch SHE44C dishwasher, sn FD8606 09202. Part way through Normal wash cycle the unit shut down and did not complete. Appears that no power to unit. No panel lights etc. Have checked breakers and surrounding GFCI and all appear normal. Is there an internal overload protector? No problems since install, until now. Nothing blocking rotors inside.
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Appliance
Expert:  SubZero_Wolf Expert replied 6 years ago.

Hello, I can help you with this. There is no overload or fuse. i would check the connections at the machine junction box located behind the kick plate on the right side. If they are ok, then you will need to remove the door skin and check if there is voltage to the board. Let me know what you find. Thanks, Sam

Customer: replied 6 years ago.

I had already loosened the kick plate and looked for incoming line. Had not opened the J-box because unable to locate the circuit/breaker in my master panel so I thought I'd snoop around the ether for a blog or a wiring diagram to know what I was getting into. Your info on lack of overload or fuse was supportive. Do you have a wiring diagram? If so, can I get a copy? Bosch site only for their techs, nothing in manual.


Opened J-box and found wire nut off and black wires showing signs of overheat. Found breaker through trial and (no) error and safetied circuit before messing with. Removed damaged portions of both blacks and reestablished good connection. All seems well now. Thank you. Consider closed, unless you can forward .pdf of wiring diagram, and satisfied.

Expert:  SubZero_Wolf Expert replied 6 years ago.
There should be a wire diagram that is located on the left side behind the kick plate. It is rolled up and stuffed in one of the bottom tray plastic cubbyholes up front. Please press the accept button and I will get compensated for my time. Glad to hear it was an easy fix. Thanks, Sam
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