Bosch Dispenser Tripping Device with Spring for SGS5362GB/01

Stock Number: ES546388

Manufactured by Bosch

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Description

Has the spring or tripping device on your dishwasher's dispenser unit given up the ghost? Replace it with this spare set from Bosch.

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This replacement tripping device is a genuine spare part for select Bosch, Neff and Siemens dishwashers. Please check the list of compatible appliances prior to ordering.

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (155 customer reviews)
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    I only needed the spring, to replace the broken dispenser spring. No tools required. You just need to put that in place (correct way around, earlier spring was off completely for some reason, so I first tried to put it there wrong way around), like the old spring has been in and press dispenser cover back to it's place. It will go very smoothly, as long as you do this in the movement limits of the spring. For changing the actual tripping device, you need bit more tools and work propably.
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    By - Edinburgh

    Required the spring only so had to purchase the complete unit, this was the only reason for the lower value for money. Arrived on time and was simple to fit.
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    By - Croydon, Surrey

    I only needed to replace broken spring - the small plastic part was surplus to requirements. Expensive for just for a small stainless steel spring!

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  • Q Tripping device does not latch? 1 Answer

    We recently moved into a new property and have just purchased a broken soap dispenser door and fixed it ok (the latching lug was damaged) but have now discovered that the door still does not latch. What is the most likely cause and can it be easily fixed?

    By Nimpo - South coast - 31 January 2014

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      Depending on what has broken this kit may resolve your problem but you may have to replace the whole dispenser.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 04 February 2014

  • Q how do I fit the cam spindle 1 Answer

    Does the cam spindle just pull out and the new one push in as I am having trouble getting it out please can someone help

    By aberdonian - 28 November 2009

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      split the the door front and cut the lug off the back of the spindle

      By matvan2007 - 29 March 2010

  • Q Additional details on fitting please? 1 Answer

    It's not clear to me whether you can fit this parts kit without dismantling the dispenser unit. Can you just remove the sliding soap cover and access the existing parts beneath it (if so, then what's the trick to remove the soap cover?) or will I need to remove the front door trim in order to access the rear of the soap dispenser? Thanks!

    By Huck - 12 October 2009

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      you need to split the door front from the inside by removing the security screws then cut the lug off the tripping device with side cutters replace with new one ,refit door front and then fit the spring to the dispenser then attach the draw front

      By matvan2007 - 29 March 2010

  • Q Can I replace the cam spindle easily? 1 Answer

    I want to replace not only the spring but also the cam spindle itself since the interlocking of the lid (also being replaced) is effected by the sloping lugs on the lid and cam spindle arm and BOTH are worn, but it looks like the spindle has a locating spring groove at its lower end, which spring would be inside the main body. Is it possible to replace the spindle from the top just by pulling the old one out and pushing the new one in or does it need to be done by taking the whole dispenser unit to pieces ?

    By poppi - 21 September 2009

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      Unfortunately we cannot give out technical advice. Please speak to the manufacturer directly or an engineer. Hopefully they will be able to help.

      By eSparesMalindi eSpares Staff - 04 June 2010

  • Q How do you fit this part? 1 Answer

    How do you fit this part?

    By Anonymous - 05 January 2009

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      Push spring ends over the lugs on the cover and on the body where the original part was. The spring it self should be located towards the bottom of the soap dispencer. Then pull back the cover in the direction of the arrow without over streching the spring and it should click into place, you may have to jiggle it a little but don't force it.

      By Quien - South London - 12 January 2009