Bosch Dishwasher Repairs

Bosch dishwasher types

At Repair Aid we speacialise in the repair of all models of Bosch dishwashers. All our repair engineers are trained in-house and have the skills and experience to handle any dishwasher repair, big or small.

Repair Aid can help with any Bosch dishwasher problems but here are the most common problems we fix every day:

Bosch Freestanding Dishwashers

Bosch Freestanding Dishwasher

Bosch currently manufactures freestanding dishwashers in two width sizes, 45cm and 60cm. The 45cm dishwashers are commonly referred to as slimline dishwashers and are designed to fit into kitchens with narrower spaces. Just because the appliance appears to be smaller, it does not mean that it is a simple and straightforward machine. There are several things that can wrong with a dishwasher. It is always best to leave a qualified technician to repair your freestanding dishwasher, especially a slimline Bosch dishwasher as the Repair Aid technician will be familiar with the layout of the machine and how to remove and replace parts quickly and efficiently from tight enclosed spaces.

The technology that is present in modern Bosch dishwashers has been developed rapidly over the last few years and while it may be a simple process to replace a seal or a complete mechanical part, ensuring that the part is calibrated for the technology to perform as it was meant is something that will require an experienced and well trained engineer.

Although dishwashers have come a long way from their origins when the first motorised domestic dishwasher made its appearance in 1929, many of the faults that occur are much the same. Power and electrical, mechanical, including the motor, drainage systems and all moving parts and the construction faults such as when seals fail or there is physical damage to the body of the machine.

Bosch Integrated Dishwashers

Bosch Integrated Dishwasher

While freestanding dishwashers that need to be repaired can be easily pulled out, making diagnosis and replacement of the defective part relatively easy, Bosch integrated dishwashers present a whole new range of problems. If the problem cannot be identified and repaired by accessing the door or the interior of the machine, it is possible that dismantling of the built in unit may be necessary. Good dishwasher engineers will have both training and experience in tackling this kind of problem. If you require integrated dishwasher service, Repair Aid can help – please call our support team on 020 7183 6944.

Common problems start with issues such as complete power failure. Often built-in appliances are wired to an independent fused circuit it may be necessary to remove the entire unit, especially if the wiring cannot be accessed through an adjoin kitchen cabinet. Fortunately, most dishwasher electrics are located in the door, When the problem is clearly an electrical one, it is imperative that you call a technician. Mains filters and capacitors will still retain some charge even when there is no longer power running to the appliance. This could lead to a nasty shock or serious injury.

Bosch Compact Dishwashers

Bosch Compact Dishwasher

One of the biggest tell-tale signs of a problem with modern Bosch dishwashers is that they become noisy. Innovative design and good technological implementation means that these machines have been designed to be quieter to the point that only a quiet hum suggests that they are in use. Banging, clunking or load noises from the motor justify an urgent call to the repairman.

Bosch compact dishwashers are even smaller than the slimline range and will be arranged slightly differently in order that they can accommodate all the necessary parts to function. Noise does not necessarily mean that the fault comes from the motor. Mechanical noise problems in the dishwasher include the drain pump and the recirculation motor.

Repairing a compact Bosch dishwasher requires the eyes and expertise of a technician that has seen the machine before. All Repair Aid engineers have received extensive training on the dishwashers that they service and repair. We implement a comprehensive in house training programme that included manufacturer specific models and technologies. We also ensure that our staff maintain their professional development and never fall behind in current trends and technologies. Please call Repair Aid and we will be happy to assist with any repair.

Our dishwasher repair process

We are frequently asked how a typical dishwasher repair is completed, so we have put together a handy guide on how we fix faulty dishwashers.

1. Request a dishwasher repair

Booking your repair can be done by phone by calling 020 7183 6944 or online. Simply tell us when it’s convenient for you, and we will assign a repair engineer to fix your malfunctioning dishwasher.

Concerned about the cost of the service? Not to worry, we will agree a fixed price with you before any work is carried out.

2. Engineer visit

Our expert repair technician will attend your property on the agreed appointment date to inspect and repair your dishwasher appliance. To keep everyone safe, our service engineers use face masks, disposable gloves, shoe covers and disinfect their hands thoroughly after every visit.

The technician will explain the fault of the appliance to the customers to ensure they are fully informed of the repairs being carried out. We carry a full stock of spare parts in our vans which enable us to fix your faulty dishwasher on the first visit.

3. Completed

The fault has been repaired, your dishwasher is back up and running again with the minimum of fuss. We will perform appliance safety checks, clean the area and take away any packaging materials.

Our standards: Why quality matters more than ever?

We only use genuine manufacturer-approved parts and that’s why we guarantee our repairs for 12 months. We never use cheap non-genuine or second-hand parts, like many competitors do. Only genuine dishwasher parts can guarantee reliability and long-lasting quality.

Three good reasons to repair your dishwash

Please consider this first before you buy a new appliance - there are some good reasons to choose to repair your broken down appliance, and it is not just to save money.

Convenience

Choose to have your dishwasher repaired in the comfort of your own home. We will bring our workshop to you and save you the hassle and effort of having to find and go to a repair shop. By using our service you can expect less disruption to your household routine and almost no waiting time for repair.

Whether your dishwasher breaks down due to a mechanical fault or an electrical problem, we can certainly fix it. And quickly – and yes, we know that it sometimes feels like these issues await the most inconvenient times to happen.

Save money

Have you ever wondered why your home appliances don't seem to last very long, even though technology is becoming better? The reason is what is known as "planned obsolescence" or when a product is deliberately designed to have a specific (shorter) life span.

Having your kitchen appliance repaired is much cheaper and quicker than buying a new one. A typical dishwasher repair turnaround time is only 1-2 hours, whereas a replacement item would take up to 7-10 days with delivery and installation.

Help the environment

Repairing, and not replacing, your faulty dishwasher will reduce the amount of waste you produce and is the easiest way to help the environment. You will also be taking advantage of the "Right to Repair" bill that aims avoid unnecessary electronic waste. Appliance manufacturers are now legally obliged to make the replacement parts available to consumers, so that all ranges of home appliances can be fixed easily and at a low cost.

By choosing our dishwasher repair service you will extend the life of your appliance and help protect the environment.

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