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Bosch Washing Machine error code E10

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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
I have a Bosch built in washer/dryer that is just out of warranty and everytime I try to wash with it comes up with code E10. I can use the drain & spin function, works through that programme no problem. I have checked and cleaned the filter, so that isn't the problem. But as soon as I try a wash the machine fills and spins a couple of times then I get the E10 code, all this takes about 5 minutes. When I contacted Bosch they were next to useless, saying that it could be a problem with the motor, but surely if the motor was the problem it wouldn't drain & spin. Or I am I wrong? Any ideas on what the problem is would be gratefully received, as I can't afford a hefty repair bill before Christmas.
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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#1
Have you tried looking in the instruction manual to see if it tells you what E10 stands for?

E10 error on some washing machines is a problem with the water inflow.
#2
No idea what it means on a Bosch but on a Zanussi Washer Drier it means the input filter blocked or inlet hose kinked or water supply turned off.
#3
Hi,
That's one of my problems can't locate my instruction manual but downloaded one from the Bosch website and no mention of error code E10. I can't get to the rear of the machine with it being built in. I read on web that it can be a problem with the water inlet on some machines but how do I get to it to see? No handy man around!
#4
As above ^ Something to do with water supply.
#5
why dont you contact them the bosch people where it says contact us?

am sure they will be helpfull
#6
As previously mentioned Bosch were useless, they say it is the motor, but the motor seems to be working to me!
#7
#8
pull it out a bit then push it back, might be a kink in the hose and that might free it
#9
E10 on my samsung means not draining properly try removing the filter from the bottom :thumbsup:
#10
e10 on my machine meant the engineer had to come out and replace the motherboard (twice)
#11
Many thanks for all the suggestions. I think I will have to look for a local repair man as I have cleaned the filter and I can't pull the machine as it a built in machine to look at the inlets.

Thanks again.

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