As home appliances advance and become smarter, they’re also getting better at reporting any problems or failures to the user, which allows for better and quicker troubleshooting.
In this article, we’re talking about Bosch dishwasher error code E24, its causes, and how you can fix the problem.
What causes this?
The error can be caused by several issues, including pending maintenance work. Here are some of the most common reasons:
- Damage to the inlet hose.
- The pump cover may be loose.
- The drain connection is improper or damaged.
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How to fix this?
Here are five fixes you can try out.
Clean the filter
The first thing to do in such cases is clean the filter. Having a clogged-up filter can cause several problems or reduce the appliance’s effectiveness. You’ll find the filter under the bottom dish race and spray arm for most models. Simply remove the filter and wash it with warm soapy water.
Clean your dishwasher
This is essentially an extension of cleaning your filter. Any clogged-up parts inside the dishwasher can cause other parts to stop working or bring down the efficiency of the appliance, so much so that it triggers E24.
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Check the drain pump
As mentioned before, having issues with your drain pumps, like a weak connection or the pump cover being loose, can also cause the issue. Also, check for potential blockages, which can have the same effect as a filter blockage.
Check inlet hoses
Another potential point of failure is the inlet hose. Check to see if the hose is fine and has no unnecessary kinks or bends. Issues with your air gap or high loop can also extend to cause problems with the hose.
Contact Bosch support
If nothing else works for you, your best bet is to contact Bosch’s customer support assistance to help get a qualified technician to come and look at the problem.
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