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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Have a Bosch Maxx Classic
you would not be checking the pump to clear a motor error you would be checking both the motor and the motor control the pump controls the amount of water that leaves the unit and has a seperate function from the motor entirely two totally differnt systems if you have some electical ability you can disconnect the motor and do a bench test on the motor this will allow you to distinguish between which is causing your problem either the motor or the motor control by your testing and cleaning of the pump area you did nothing to alleviate the motor error and that is why the error code remains. If you have any further questions message me back I await your reply Thanks Rick
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
Possibly a blocked filter or pump.
Ths filter should be at the bottom right front of washer, sometimes behind a removeable cover at the bottom of washer.
To clean it, unscrew anti-clockwise, remove and clean.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
There are a lot of things to consider when trying to solve this problem. Obviously a front loader washes differently than a top loader. Top loaders tend to using a washing motion that is good for stains but wear out your clothes fast. Front loaders typically use less water and wash more gently, but in some ways still do better than top loaders. Anyway, think about any other variables that go into the laundry equation. Consider the distance the machine is from your water heater. This machine will use MUCH less water to fill than your old one, and, you know how when you turn a faucet on hot it takes a minute for the hot water to actually get there? It's the same way with your machine. If there's a sink next your washer, you should always turn on the hot water on the faucet until it gets hot right before you start the machine. The same goes for dishwashers. If there's not a sink close you can easily turn up the temperature for all hot water on your water heater, although that will use more energy.
Consider what detergent you're using. If you're using high efficiency detergent (like Tide he) maybe you should switch to your old brand. If you're using your old brand of detergent, try getting a high efficiency detergent.
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
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