Is your Bosch washing machine stopping at various cycles? This guide shows you the causes of these issues and provides steps on how to fix them…
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Bosch Washing Machine Stopping Mid-Cycle — How To Fix
Is your Bosch washing machine stopping in the middle of a cycle? Here are the issues to look for…
1. Drain Pump Filter Is Blocked
If your machine stops in the middle of a cycle, the most common cause is a blocked drain pump filter. The pump filter is located at the lower front section of your washing machine. Over time, debris and lint accumulate in the filter and block it. To learn how to clean the pump filter in your Bosch washing machine, click here.
2. Drain Pump Has Failed
If cleaning the pump filter doesn’t fix the drainage issue, then next thing you’ll need to do is replace the drain pump. For more information on how to do this, click here.
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Bosch Washing Machine Water Not Stopping — Solved
If your Bosch washing machine doesn’t stop filling, here are the things that could be at fault…
1. Damaged Water Level Switch
The most common thing that causes washing machine’s to overfill is a damaged water level switch. The level switch monitors the water and signals the inlet valve to turn off when the drum is full. If the water level sensor is damaged, you’ll need to replace it. To learn how to replace your machine’s level sensor, click here.
2. Damaged Inlet Valve Assembly
The inlet valve controls the water that flows into the machine. If the valve gets damaged, your machine will overfill. Learn how to replace the inlet valve in your Bosch washing machine by reading this article.
Bosch Washing Machine Spinning Won’t Stop — How To Fix
If your Bosch washing machine spin cycle won’t stop, it is most likely a control board glitch. If this issue occurs frequently, you’ll need to replace the control board. To learn how to do this, click here.