How Do I Troubleshoot a Bosch Fully Integrated Dishwasher Custom Panel Problem?

Updated November 21, 2016

The Bosch Company makes a variety of high-end home appliances, including refrigerators, ranges and dishwashers. Some Bosch dishwashers contain a fully integrated custom control panel that is hidden when the dishwasher is closed, creating a more streamlined appearance. While a Bosch appliance should run well without much maintenance, occasional difficulties with various components such as the custom panel may require some troubleshooting.

Open the dishwasher door if the desired cycle does not perform as selected on the control panel. Press the main power switch “Off” and then “On” again. Select a cycle, press the appropriate button, press “Start” and close the door. Make sure the door is closed completely.

Check the circuit breaker and water supply if the dishwasher does not start after selecting the appropriate cycle on the control panel and shutting the door.

Turn “Off” the dishwasher and disconnect the dishwasher from the power supply if an error code between “E01” and “E30” appears on the digital display. Reconnect and turn the dishwasher “On.” This should reset the control panel.

Terminate a program on the control panel by holding the “A” button and pressing “Start” at the same time. The display will read “0:01”. Close the door to start the program sequence. The display will read “0:00” when finished.

Things You'll Need

  • Access to power supply
  • Access to water supply
  • Access to circuit breaker
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