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    • 11/1/2011
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    • 20111009-79865-2147474528
    Incident Description: Bosch Dishwasher Model SHE65P02UC After one year and 43 days of use, the dishwasher died mid-cycle, and wouldn't turn on the next day. I opened up the junction box under the dishwasher, and the wires had burned and melted the plastic terminal strip. The black ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (10/27/2011) The issue pictured in this report is caused by overheating of the power wiring connections. The wiring and terminal block in the dishwasher are sized, rated and approved for the current loads and environment of the dishwasher. The power cord is not provided ... (More)
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    • 4/9/2012
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    • 20120317-010C0-2147469211
    Incident Description: About 2 weeks ago we had some friends over the dishwasher was running I stepped into the kitchen to get some things and saw a small haze thru the air it smelled like something was burning. I called my husband and a friend came in they smelled it to we checked ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (4/6/2012) The report states that the consumer saw that the power wires going in were burnt. The power wires are not supplied with the dishwasher and their connections are done by the installer. The recall of some Bosch dishwashers did not involve power wiring issues.
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    • 9/17/2012
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    • 20120821-87AEC-2147464505
    Incident Description: I received the new T disc holder because my coffee machine was affected by the recall of the disc holder. The new holder does absolutely nothing to fix the described problem. My coffee maker spilled ground coffee and hot water before and does so after I ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (9/17/2012) The issue described in this report is not the issue that caused the recall. The recall was initiated because under some circumstances, some machines could allow hot water to be ejected forward, toward the user. Spilling water and grounds is a functional ... (More)
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    • 10/16/2012
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    • 20120923-4F3F3-2147463496
    Incident Description: Dishwasher control panel started on fire.
    Business Comments:
    (10/15/2012) The dishwasher in this report is one of those recalled (09-100) and the issue is that which caused the recall. The consumer has contacted the manufacturer for the recall repair.
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    • 2/6/2013
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    • 20130101-859FB-2147460394
    Incident Description: Control boards continue to short out causing a risk for a fire. I have replaced 2 control boards and need to install a 3rd as of right now.
    Business Comments:
    (2/5/2013) The control failures reported in this dishwasher are random component failures over the last ten years. They do not, individually or collectively, represent a significant consumer hazard.
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    • 3/21/2016
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    • 20160227-F01DB-2147421349
    Incident Description: Dishwasher was not working on Thursday, Feb 25; my husband began to investigate on Friday, Feb 26 and noticed scorch marks on the wall around the outlet. Due to time constraints he did not investigate further until today, Feb. 27. He found the wall outlet ... (More)
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    • 11/1/2017
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    • 20171010-ABD33-2147396885
    Incident Description: While using our two year old Bosch 500 series dishwasher the electrical junction box provided started on fire. Luckily it popped the circuit breaker and we were home and able to contain the situation. Did some research online and found that Bosch has a recall ... (More)
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