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My dishwasher keeps filling up with water after it's turned completely off. We replaced the float / switch. What part should we replace? SHX56B06UC-14 Bosch Dishwasher

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Julio -
August 01, 2013
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Thank you for contacting ManageMyLife.com with your question about your Bosch Dishwasher. I am so sorry to hear it keeps filling with water, even after the power is off. I can understand your concern as uncontrolled water flow can lead to floor damage, but also a very high water bill. I will be happy to help you with this.

When the water will not shut off, it means your water inlet valve has failed. The valve can fail two ways. If it fails in the closed position, the dishwasher never fills with water. In this case, it looks like it has failed in the open position, meaning the valve never closes letting the water flow into the tub until you turn the water off at the faucet. I have included the link to order the inlet valve for you. The part has been substituted by the manufacturer so it may look a little different.

Inlet Valve for Bosch Dishwasher Model SHX56B06UC-14.

While you are completing your repair, I recommend you also do some preventative maintenance. I suggest you run the dishwasher through a cycle with Dishwasher Magic. Do not load any dishes in the dishwasher for this cleaning. The Dishwasher Magic will remove any build up of mineral desposits, detergent residue and food particles that are in the tub, pump and drain. I have included that link for you also.

Dishwasher Magic.

I hope this answers your questions. If I can be of further assistance please respond to this thread. Thank you for choosing ManageMyLife.com, we appreciate your business.

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Rachel Morgan -
Sears Technician
August 02, 2013
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Bosch dishwasher model SHX56B05UC

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The dishwasher is great for getting the dishes clean and saving time. It can be aggravating that the lights are on but it will not cycle. I did do some research but was not able to find an answer for the problem. Your expert will be able to help give you a detailed answer. It may take 24-48 hours. I do hope everything works out.

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Marc H -
July 15, 2012
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Thanks, for the reply. I hope I can get some answers.

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Joyce -
July 15, 2012
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From the description you give the unit worked once then was moved to a different location where it lights up but doesn't work. Most likely there is a loose connection. The lights are on and you should be able to select various cycles and options even if nothing runs. One thing you can check is the float lever in the base of the unit. The lever is lick a see-saw with a float on one end. It the lever is out of position then the control will think there is water in the base and will not run. Do you hear a drain motor running If the lever is out of position then the drain pump should run. If not then I suspect the loose connection is at the door switch. I hope this helps. You can reply with any additional details or questions for further assistance.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
July 18, 2012
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Craftsman 30 gal. upright air compressor, model 919.167311. Air rundown auto start failure.

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Jackie S -
August 01, 2011
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Thank you for your question on the air compressor not restarting on demand. I can understand not wanting to purchase a part that you do not need and not being able to send it back.

The problem you are experiencing is that the head pressure relief valve is not working when the air compressor reaches it target pressure and shuts off.

You should hear a whoosh of air for about 2 to seconds after it shuts off and that is relieving the head pressure off the head so it will be able to restart as needed. There is a mechanical arm inside the pressure switch that when the pressure switch is satisfied and shuts off it opens the head pressure relief circuit and unloads the air from the small tubing from the check valve to the outside.

If the check valve was bad it would either stall the motor at about 40 psi or it would be leaking through the small tubing for the pressure relief when you have it disconnected when the compressor is off.

I realize that this is a $92.00 part but it is a very high probability that replacement of this part will correct the problem you are having with start up.

Thank you for using Manage My Life.

Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
August 03, 2011
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Thank you Sam. That is the reassurance I was looking for. I'll give it a shot.

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Joe -
August 03, 2011
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Sam, I received the switch yesterday and installed it last night. However, that did not correct my problem. The compressor is still acting as explained in my previous question. Where do I go from here? I do hear the whoosh, or hissing sound that you mentioned should happen when the compressor reaches target pressure and shuts off. But I heard the same sound with my orginal switch. I do not hear any obvious leaks when the compressor shuts off. Looking for further direction.

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Joe -
August 19, 2011
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I am sorry that this switch did not correct the problem. Since you had examined and check the check valve thoroughly I was pretty sure it was the pressure switch. I am sorry that it was not the case. You could try to open the fitting on the small tubing where it meets the pressure switch after the compressor shuts off. If there is no air coming out of that tube then the check valve is bad and not unloading the head pressure. When the air compressor runs the check valve should pulse to put the air in the tank and then with the compressor shuts off it should hold the air in the tank and release the air from the pump head through the small tubing to the pressure switch. There has to be pressure in the small tube for the switch to know when to shut off. Maybe we should have gone with the check valve first. I do not like guessing either. A19712 CHK VALVE 1 15.49 Let me know what you have found. Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
August 19, 2011
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I ordered the check valve. I'll let you know how it goes.

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Joe -
August 25, 2011
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Sam, the check valve also did not correct my problem. I am having the same exact issues as before. So I've tried the switch and a check valve. Neither has corrected the issue. So what next? Where do I go from here?

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Joe -
August 26, 2011
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Wow! This one is getting to be a real challenge. If the compressor will start and run, starting from an empty tank is the compressor unloading when it shuts off? If it is then, it is rare, but you could have a start capacitor going bad. Usually the motor will just not start if the capacitor is bad, but in this case the problem may be the more you attempt to use the compressor the worse the capacitor is becoming. So please remove the caps from the top of the motor and check them, or have them checked. If you find the start cap is bad then send me the information on the motor and I will see if I can find a cap kit for you. Give me the brand of the motor. It could be an AO Smith a GE or a WEG motor and it will have a D number on the motor plate. To check the capacitors, use a multi-meter with a capacitor checker mode. This will require a location mode on the meter that will load the cap and then it should bleed down. I am running out of solutions but this could have been the problem all along other than the motor slowing going bad. Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
August 29, 2011
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Sam, it sounds like the air compressor is unloading when it shuts off by the wishing sound it makes. The motor seems to be running fine, just as it always has since new. I took off the cap from the top of the motor. I'm assuming the compacitor is the aluminum cylinder shaped device 1 1/2" in dia by approx. 2 1/4" in length with two wire feeds. Looking at I don't see problem as the wires are securely in place. But I understand it could look like new but not work like new. I will have to find a multi-meter as I do not own one. But anyway, if you would like to assist me in finding a capacitor, my motor is a AO Smith, #D27266, Ser.# K56B04B23. Thanks again.

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Joe -
August 30, 2011
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Thank you for the update on the compressor. It sounds like it is doing what it is suppose to do when it shuts off. The start capacitor kit for this AO Smith motor is part number D21477. I hope this will help. Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
August 30, 2011
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