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There is a problem with the water supply. This could be a symptom of kinked hoses, clogged filters in the intake valve or low water pressure.

Turn off the water shut-off valves and disconnect the hoses from the washer and then the shut-off valves. Place a bucket under the hoses to catch any water that drains out of the hoses. Check the filters both on the washer and at the shut-off side of the hoses. Sometimes, you need to use needle-nose pliers to pull out the filters from the intake on the washer. Make sure that the hoses are not kinked when you reinstall them. You may want to replace the hoses. There are some hoses that will seal themselves if they detect a leak. This will slow the water flow to the washer.

While you have the hoses off the washer's intake, test the water pressure by measuring the water flow into your bucket when you open the valves.

Also make sure that the washer discharge hose is not below the washer's water level for your load size. This leads to the water flowing in and then out of the washer before it fills the machine.

I hope this helps.

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Bosch Classixx... | Answered on May 05, 2012

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Bosch Classixx... | Answered on Apr 23, 2012

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Bosch Classixx... | Answered on Apr 08, 2012

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Bosch Classixx... | Answered on Feb 14, 2012

check the filter if the filter is ok check the drain hose if its connected to the sink waste could be blocked there if all clear replace the pump

Bosch Classixx... | Answered on Dec 13, 2011

Usually means the door is open when the start is pressed, so either you have not closed the door before trying to start the cycle or there is a problem with the door lock

Bosch Classixx... | Answered on Nov 10, 2011

If it's a slow trickle it is possibly one of the inlet valves letting by. This will either mean replacing the valve or checking that the in water pressure is adequate. If it's a continued flow during a cycle, you have either a faulty pressure switch, a hole in the pressure hose or the pressure chamber is blocked. Check out the last two things first. Disconnect from power, remove two T20 screws from top at back, push the lid back approx an inch then lift off. The pressure switch is situated on the right hand side near the top of the machine opposite the dispenser (It is a round or oval part with wires in the middle and a small black ribbed hose attached at the bottom of it. If you remove the hose and and blow down it, this should give you a good indication of whether the chamber is blocked (with limescale etc), checking the hose for holes is a bit more difficult as you will need to get it off completely. The other end of the hose is attached to the pressure chamber ( white plastic cylinder ) the small plastic parts that it is attached to is quite delicate, so be careful when pulling it of, do a visual check of the hose and replace if there is any form of breakage (however small) you can get the part online but if you can get the same diameter hose from a diy shop etc, that will do fine, keep the old one and use it to gauge the length as the replacement should not be much longer or shorter or it will affect the water level.Give this a go, if you require any further assistance, let me know. Please post a comment if this helps.

Bosch Classixx... | Answered on Nov 10, 2011

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