The E24 error code on Bosch dishwasher is indication of issue with water drain, mainly due to clog. But, just like e09, this error code can be fixed easily at home, here’s how.
Main Causes E24 Error Code
According to Bosch, when there is any issue with drain hose, error code E24 will appear. Apart from drain issue, the error code E24 does not related to any other problem on your Bosch dishwasher.
So a sigh of relief!
The drain hose issues include:
- Bent in hose
- Clogging in hose pipe due to debris
- Problem with concerned sensor
How this appear code appears?
Normally, the E24 error code appears for 1-2 minutes when you turn start the washing, and afterwards it goes away.
Please note that E24 error code is totally different from water tap error, which is usually represented by error code E25.
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Methods to Fix Error Code E24 on Bosch Dishwashers
Method # 01: Check the Drain Pump
Check out the drain pump on your dishwasher and check if the valves are in place. If they are not, check for their replacement or repair.
Another check for drain pump is to see if it is getting right power. For that, hear for the sound when you press the cancel button. If you do not hear any sound, then it means the pump is not getting right power.
If there is no problem with drain pump and you are still getting E24 error code on your Bosch dishwasher, look for second method.
Method # 02: Clean Up your Dishwasher
To clean up your Bosch dishwasher, follow the steps below:
- Properly disconnect your dishwasher from electric supply.
- Remove the dishwasher from its cabinet.
- Open the main control at the bottom right side after removing the sealing.
- In main control, you will see about six wires.
- Check the container inside which will have tubes.
- Look these tubes for any debris and clean them up.
- After all the cleaning of pipes, connect them to their place and fix the dishwasher in its cabinet.
That is all required to get rid of e24 error code on Bosch dishwashers.