Are you getting the Bosch Dishwasher Error Code E19 issue? Then don’t worry as we have given the detailed solution here. So what does the Error Code E19 in the Bosch Dishwasher mean? In most cases, the error indicates the recirculation valve in the heat exchanger is not working correctly. Many people also call the recirculation valve as a drain valve too. If your control panel is displaying the E19 error, then it is a good indication to check the recirculation valve or the heat exchanger.
How To Fix Bosch Dishwasher Error Code E19
Bosch has special patented technology that it uses in the heat exchange unit. You can find it on the left side of the dishwasher’s cleaning chamber. It helps to circulate the cold water that is used to clean dishes and the water pressure that allows the water to flow through your dishwasher, which helps to remove any dirty food particles that might be trapped in the drainage system.
When water passes through the heat exchange unit, the water heats up, and then this water is used for cleaning the dishes. It saves you a lot of electricity as the water keeps on mixing and the temperature is gradually increased.
How to remove/replace the Recirculation valve of the heat-exchange unit
The best way to check for the presence of a heat-exchange unit is to look at the drain line. The heat-exchange units attached to the drain line, so if it is in good working order, the drain line should be able to make a connection with the unit. You may also need to replace the Recirculation valve is missing or broken.
If after inspection, you are certain that the dishwasher’s drain valve is faulty, then we suggest you replace it with a new one. Also, it is good to drain any residual water. You don’t have to dismantle dishwasher to locate the drain valve completely.
- Switch off the Dishwasher.
- Drain all the water.
- Go to the heat exchanger, which will be at the left bottom.
- Locate the drain valve.
- Rotate it clockwise to remove it
- replace it with the new one.
We hope that Bosch Dishwasher Error Code E19 is now fixed. Please do comment with your questions, and we will be happy to answer them.