Many Bosch washing machines come with A+++ energy ratings as the impact on the environment remains a concern – this helps to reduce your carbon footprint. Features include LED and logical mains dials, delay-start timers, and everything you need to meet your daily wash needs.
Is your Bosch washing machine experiencing issues and not working properly? Look at a range of Bosch washing machine problems and troubleshooting here…
Common Bosch Washing Problems
Bosch washing machine troubleshooting will point you in the right direction of where the fault might lie. You may have to call in a repair engineer to diagnose the source, and repair or replace any defective parts.
Bosch washing machine problems include:
Washing machine leaking
When your Bosch washing machine is leaking water this could be caused by a faulty drain pump. If this component is damaged or the bearings have worn it may leak water. As this part isn’t repairable it will have to be replaced.
The drum seal and drum bearing kits can also cause leakage issues if they become worn and allow water to leak via the seal. The water can result in the failing of the bearings. Any repairs will need to be carried out by a trained technician as the appliance will need to be disassembled.
Drain hoses can also be the source of water leaks if they become kinked or damaged, and drum to pump hoses can split and cause water to escape. A door seal can also be a culprit if not fastening securely.
Bosch washing machine timer problems
If your washing machine is having trouble in advancing this could be due to a defective timer motor. The control contacts may have become stuck in the open position – or the drive gear may be faulty. The wiring harness will need to be inspected and checked for continuity through the motor contacts.
Bosch washing machine problems with spin
When the washing machine won’t spin there can be a number of reasons why. If the lid switch assembly fails the washing machine will be prevented from spinning – this part will need to be tested with a multimeter for continuity and may need replacing.
The drive belt may become loose or even break, and the drive pulley may slip off or wear loose – these issues will stop the spin cycle. As will a faulty door latch that secures the door during operation – this is a safety feature that automatically stops the machine if the door isn’t closed securely.
Alternatively, problems can be related to the clutch, the bearings, the drive motor, or the main control board. Any of these problems can be sorted out by a qualified repair engineer.
My Bosch washing machine troubleshooting also covers:
My washing machine won’t drain
This could be a sign that the drain hose or pump is obstructed with debris or even a small item of clothing. The drain pump may be broken resulting in loud noise and possible leaking alongside the inability to drain the water. Removing the drain hose, and checking the drain pump will be done effectively by an appliance repair technician, who can then repair or replace them.
My washing machine keeps tripping the power
This could be an issue with the electrics and related to the power supply, plug sockets, or fuses. Bear in mind that any electrical problem should be addressed by a qualified engineer. Other causes could be a motor fault where the motor itself is overheating. Overloading can also cause the appliance to cut out.
Does your Bosch washing machine need expert attention?
Bosch washing machine repair in London is easy to arrange. Whatever the model of your Bosch washing machine, experienced professionals will be able to resolve any issues. Have you been Bosch Maxx6 troubleshooting? Fully trained engineers will have the knowledge and the skills to deal with an extensive range of problems that this particular model may be experiencing. You’ll get all the help you need quickly and effectively.