Bosch dishwashers are designed to offer one of the best experiences when it comes to washing dishes. But, unfortunately, like any other appliance on the market, Bosch dishwashers can also come with their own set of problems.
One problem that many people experience with the Bosch dishwasher is an error code e25. Here we will discuss some possible causes and solutions for this issue so you can get your Bosch dishwasher up and running again!
Purpose of E25 Error Code
E25 error code is displayed if there is something in the dishwasher system that should not be there. Drain pump failure or a blockage in the drainpipe are examples of this.
The problem with the pump may be caused by the impeller becoming locked, owing to foreign objects. For example, they could have put something into the drain pump while washing dishes.
- Peel from fruits and vegetables
- Pieces of napkins
- Shards of dishes
Heavy filter clogging may occur, even if you clean the plates of food residues thoroughly. The fat from the appliances collects in the drain system if your dishwasher isn’t cleaned using specific methods regularly. As a result, it clogs the drainage filter, hoses, and branch pipes.
The drain pump itself might also disintegrate. The E25 error code, as defined by Bosch, is outlined below.
How to fix error code E25
When an e25 error occurs, the first step is to check the dishwasher’s filter and pump impeller. Prepare for there may be too much water on the floor if the code appeared during dishwashing.
- Disconnect the drain hose from the dishwasher body and set it in the container to empty any remaining water.
- Remove the bottom basket from the washing machine.
- Remove the drain filter and the metal mesh that is behind it after opening the drain filter.
- Remove the drain valve cover and rinse the filter under running water.
- The drain pump’s impeller is located behind the filter.
- To turn the impeller, grab it with your hands or anything else. If the impeller doesn’t move, there’s something in the way.
Note: Keep an eye on the drain; a little piece of cutlery or glass might clog the impeller and cause you harm.
If cleaning the filter didn’t work, or you couldn’t get the pump’s impeller out of clogging, disassemble the dishwasher. To do so, flip your dishwasher upside down and gain access to the water circulation and drainage units.
In some models of dishwashers, removing a panel beneath the door gives access to the drain pump. However, the drain pump must be turned counterclockwise to be removed.
Not only that but use caution while removing the pump. Also, check the pump with a multimeter to be sure it’s working correctly. Then, attach probes of this multimeter to the pump’s terminals.
The ohms value should be between 100 and 300 Ohms on this multimeter. If the Ohms reading is too high or low, the drain pump is malfunctioning. In the video above, you can see how draining a motor works in detail. But if you need a new one, visit Amazon to buy one.
Check the drain hose that connects to the circulating pump for obstructions.
There is also a popular approach to clean the drain hose that works for everyone.
You’ll need a wet and dry vacuum to implement this technique. First, remove the drain hose from the siphon and connect it to the vacuum cleaner. Although the stockings of your dishwasher and vacuum cleaner may not be of comparable size, you must try to join them manually.
After that, operate the pump on your vacuum cleaner at maximum strength for removing water from the dishwasher.
All of the water in the dishwasher should be removed. Aside from the water, you’ll notice a lot of unseen debris. Fill the dishwasher with additional clean water forcibly and repeat this process to the best possible effect.
Such a hose cleaning does not need much disassembly of your dishwasher. As a consequence, you won’t have to worry about it for a long time.
On the official website of Bosch, additional parts and attachments that are out of order may be purchased.
Error code E25: What should I do if I get this message?
Afloat could cause the Bosch dishwasher error code e25. It’s in the water heating section on the left, behind the panel.
The dishwasher’s float (or “ball”) may get stuck after many years of operation. This float (also known as a “ball”) is frequently trapped. When the system has finished heating the water, this ball remains in an abnormal position.
As a result, the dishwasher fails to assess whether it operates properly and will not empty any dirty water. The E25 error message appears as a consequence.
Add the KILL ROCK-BIG W liquid to the dishwasher for troubleshooting. Next, start a regular wash cycle. Repeat it three times. Then use 3 processes using the HG SERVICE ENGINEER powder to finish up. Finally, once a month, use specific cleaning chemicals to prevent future issues.
Some people claim that the trapped ball will come out if you shake out the balled-up dishwasher and massage it. Unfortunately, this technique is complicated to execute.