Bosch dishwasher error code E14

Bosch dishwasher error code E14

The indication of the E14 Error Code on the main panel of your Bosch machine is a signal about a failure of the water-intake system or some inner connections. Most likely, the water-level detector of your device is faulty, and can not control the amount of the water in the tank.

What can cause the E14 Error?

The complete list of the probable explanations for the E14 Error looks the following way:

  • A failure of the water-flow sensor;
  • A damaged sealing of the entire dishwasher;
  • A water leak from the machine, caused by the pierced tank;
  • Issues with the inlet valve;
  • A one-time or a more serious malfunction of the control module;
  • Issues with the wiring connections or the entire power-supply system.

How to fix the E14 Error?

Bosch dishwasher error code E14

This exact error, like almost all the others, can be a result of a temporary system glitch. In this case, it will be easy to reset by rebooting the device. Turn it off and disconnect from the socket for 15 minutes. If the E14 combination is still on the screen after you turned the device back on, you should start checking elements of your appliance for electrical and mechanical damage.

To specify the reason for the error you’ll have to inspect all the systems of your ap-pliance, so it has to be partially disassembled. But before doing it try the following trick:

Turn off and unplug your dishwasher, pull it out from the niche and try to incline it to the left and to the right. This way you are equalizing the pressure inside the device. Now put the machine back into its niche, connect it to the electricity, and press On/Off. If the error is still indicated on the screen, proceed with disassembling the appliance.

Bosch dishwasher error code E14 rinse drain filter

Pull out the unplugged device and remove the front panel, open the door, and take out all the trays and baskets. Unscrew the drain filter (don’t forget to rinse it before installing it back). Pull out the palette and inspect all of its elements.

Check all the parts on damage and clogs, clean, and fix if needed. To check the electronic components use a multimeter. If something is out of order — it has to be replaced.

If you can not detect the reason for the error, or if it is in the broken control module you’d better contact a specialist who will be able to run a professional diagnostic, followed by repair or replacement of the broken details.