Bosch Dishwasher Impeller Jug

Stock Number: ES754220

Manufactured by Bosch

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If you need a new impeller jug for your dishwasher, you have come to the right website! This is a genuine spare part for select Bosch, Neff and Siemens dishwashers.

This is Bosch spares reference: 424099

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Rated 4.9 out of 5 (42 customers)
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  • The best way back to clean dishes!

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    By - London

    Our Bosch Classixx has been making a whole host of odd noises for quite a while, but it wasn't until recently, when the timer suddenly started to increase by silly amounts (4 hours for a full wash!!) that we decided it was bit broken. So, we did some research, found Espares and ordered this part in an attempt to save us the cost of a new dishwasher. Fitted the part in about 35 mins (make sure you have towels handy) tested it, cleaned it and the washer now cleans dishes like new again. This little part is critical to the operation of the dishwasher...not enough water going in and you're left with dirty dishes. Too much water going in and the check water light is always on, plus the pump goes nuts! Brilliant!
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    After a spot of Googling, someone listed that this part may fix my relatively expensive integrated dishwasher, so I thought I'd give it a go, and hey presto! Works as a good as new, and only cost me 2 hours of my life, and the satisfaction of being able to admire my handy work! Make sure you have lots of towels in place to mop up the water inside the system before installing... Thanks, PS. Great service by eSpares btw - came within 24hrs.
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    good service arrived before expected. was just as expected

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  • Q Pump. Fill. Check Water 1 Answer

    Bosch SGS53C12GB. On starting cycle it pumps out, then fills, then the Check Water light comes on. If I open the door the water is not yet up to the door seal so it is not overfull. I noticed that the machine was running for a couple of hours and it sounded as if it was continually filling and pumping. Is this a jug impellor problem? Or is there a switch that tells it there is enough water and to begin operating. Any help appreciated.

    By David S - Somerton - 06 September 2015

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      Hi, here is a link to one of our espares advise videos in which we cover common faults with Bosch washing machine. By the description you have provided I believe that the resolution to your problem is mentioned in the video.

      By Kas eSpares Staff - 09 September 2015

  • Q I keep getting "check Water light" 1 Answer

    I keep getting the check water light and the dishwasher will not fill. Tipping the machine to the side cures the problem but it always comes back after a few washes. I cant keep pulling the machine out and tipping it up. Please can you suggest what is causing the problem. Is a new impellor jug what I need to fix this issue? My Bosch Dishwasher is model No SGS56E18GB/1.

    By Alf - Suffolk UK - 01 October 2014

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      If water runs out as you tip the machine then it is likely you have a leak. The water is gathering in the base (as it is designed to) and this causes a float to shut the machine down. For information on this problem see our diagnosis video: How to Diagnose Dishwasher leaking and heating problems

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 03 October 2014

  • Q bosch dishwasher keeps pumping water 1 Answer

    the water gets drawn in but just keeps recycling itself not going into machine any help would be gratefully received . model no sgs43t72 uk26

    By dorset yokel - dorset - 08 November 2013

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      There is a common problem on Bosch dishwashers that can cause this problem. Take of the top and right side panel and you will see a red 'float' in an open chamber about 100mm from the base in the middle. On fill water passes this float to the sump through a hose, this hose blocks from grease build up causing the water to raise the float prematurely whilst filling. The machine thinks it has overfilled and turns the pump on to drain. This cycles repeatedly. To cure this remove the hose to the base (it pushes into place) and clean before reassembly. Use a dishwasher cleaner to prevent reoccurrence.

      By Christopher eSpares Staff - 11 November 2013

  • Q a question about this part 1 Answer

    hi Dishwasher collects water and releases but I do not wash dishes. whether this part could be the cause of this problem? please help thanks darek

    By Darek - Scunthorpe - 03 November 2010