Is your Bosch washing machine water pressure too low? This quick guide lists the most common causes of this issue and shows you how to resolve them…
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Bosch Washing Machine Water Pressure Too Low — How To Fix
Is your Bosch washing machine water pressure too low? Here are the issues to look for…
1. Water Supply Faucet Isn’t Fully Opened
If you notice that your washing machine’s water pressure is too low, the first thing you should do is check to ensure that the supply faucet is fully opened.
2. Plumbing Issue
If your machine’s water pressure is too low, it could be a fault from your home water supply. Unscrew the water inlet hose from the tap (ensure that the faucet is turned off).
Place a bucket under the tap and fully open it. If the water pressure is low, it indicates that there is an issue with your home water supply. You may need to call a plumber to take a look at the issue.
3. Blocked Water Inlet Filter
Another common thing that could cause your Bosch washing machine water pressure to be so low is a clogged inlet filter. There is a little mesh filter inside the inlet port at the back of your washing machine. Over time, dirt from the water supply may accumulate and block the filter. To learn how to clean your machine’s water inlet filter, read this article.
4. Failed Water Inlet Valve
The final thing you should check if your machine’s water pressure is low is the inlet valve. If the water coming from the tap is running fine, the low pressure is most likely the result of a partially opened water inlet valve.
To learn how to replace a failed water inlet valve in your Bosch washing machine, read this article.
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