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ohm Posted: Tuesday, December 25, 2018 8:11:53 AM(UTC)
 
You would have to take the manual filter out to see that.Also could be a different color!
ohm Posted: Tuesday, December 25, 2018 7:58:19 AM(UTC)
 
nathaniel.hoffman@gmail.com Posted: Tuesday, December 25, 2018 6:30:47 AM(UTC)
 
I have a Bosch she3ar56uc/08 dishwasher that won't drain completely.

It does drain, so I know it's not clogged, and if I run the start of a new cycle for a few minutes it clears the water out of the bottom.

For a while it was not running a full cycle -- it would switch to clean after 10 minutes or so... not sure if it's still doing that. But the last time I ran it, there was soapy water in the bottom after what seemed like a full cycle.

I've had a Sears repairman and local repairman look at it and they suggested:

1. adjusting the high loop (did not work)
2. replacing the door latch (did not work)
3. replace turbidity sensor (nope)
4. replace controller (nope)
5. I also accidentally ordered a replacement control panel, but that did not fix it either.

So I've got $150 in "labor" in this plus I've bought and installed all of these parts myself (over $300 in parts).

What else could it be, or should I just suck it up and buy a new dishwasher at this point?

And also, I feel like both repair guys did not have any clue what to do to fix this thing... is that normal?

Thanks,

Nate