Many users quite often face the Bosch Dishwasher Error Code E25. This is a very commonly occurring problem. Usually, this error means that there is a problem with the drain pump or the drain hose is clogged. You may also need to check the impeller and remove any foreign objects that may be blocking the rotation of the rotor. These foreign objects may include food particles, hair, toothpicks, small plastic, tissue paper, etc.
The Error will occur even if you carefully remove all food particles before putting the plates in the dishwasher. As time passes by the particles collect in the hose or filter and make them clogged. This will disrupt the washer supply and makes the dishwasher unable to wash the dishes. To avoid these issues, You need to clean the dishwasher from time to time. Sometimes drain pump may also get clogged due to the food particles.
How To Fix Bosch Dishwasher Error Code E25
There are several parts you need to check to fix the E25 error code. Let’s see them.
Check the Dishwasher Filter
You need to check the dishwasher and clean it under rinse water. Here are the steps that you need to do:
- Switch off the dishwasher.
- Disconnect the water supply.
- Remove the lower dishwasher rack.
- You can find the mesh filter at the bottom of the dishwasher.
- Remove the bottom spray arm.
- Twist to right to open the filter cap.
- Pull out the filter cap to get access to the mesh filter.
- Wash the filter with warm and soapy water.
- Ensure to remove all food particles and debris.
- Place the filter back and close the cap.
- Place all the parts back into the dishwasher.
- Start the Dishwasher again.
Hopefully, the Bosch Dishwasher E25 error is reset now. If the error still persists then you need to check the pump and impeller. Let’s see how to check it.
Check the Drain Pump
If cleaning the mesh filter does not work. Then try cleaning the impeller to remove any food particles. If it still does not work then you need to check the drain pump. You can also check this when you get E24 Error.
- Disassemble the dishwasher as per the instruction manual.
- As always you need to switch off the main supply and disconnect the water supply.
- Remove screws and take out dishwasher from the cabinet.
- Keep the appliance upside down.
- Now you will have access to the circulation unit.
- Remove the back panel door.
- Rotate the pump clockwise to remove the drain pump.
- Take a multimeter and check the drain pump for the resistance at its terminal.
- You should get a resistance between 100 to 300 ohms.
- If you are getting incorrect resistance, then the pump is faulty.
In case of a faulty pump, You need to replace it as repairing it may cost more. You can check out the below video on how to remove and replace the pump.
Check the Drain Hose
You also need to remove the clogging from drain hose. Also check it is not kinked or bent. I am giving you one popular method that will make your job easier.Here are the steps that you need to follow:
- Take a wet and dry vacuum.
- Remove the hose from the dishwasher by using the screwdriver and plier.
- Now connect the drain hose to the vacuum cleaner.
- Sometimes drain hose may not connect due to mismatching radius. But try and it should fit.
- Now start the vacuum cleaner at full speed and suck out all the water and debris from the hose.
- This is the most efficient way of cleaning the drain hose.
- Put the drain hose back in its place.
Hopefully, by following all the above steps, the Bosch Dishwasher Error Code E25 will not be happening again. Please comment with your questions and we will be happy to answer them.