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    After 14 years of use, it appears that the heating element in my Bosch dishwasher has waved the white flag. I am in no hurry as I won’t be needing it until January.

    Although I am tempted to replace the heating element, I fear it is the start of the end...

    So the question is, do I replace it with another Bosch or something like a Miele?
    It is a 60cm free standing dishwasher.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CageyH View Post
    After 14 years of use, it appears that the heating element in my Bosch dishwasher has waved the white flag. I am in no hurry as I won’t be needing it until January.

    Although I am tempted to replace the heating element, I fear it is the start of the end...

    So the question is, do I replace it with another Bosch or something like a Miele?
    It is a 60cm free standing dishwasher.
    We have just replaced our Miele dishwasher at work after 20 years continuous use, HEAVY use. The replacement dishwasher is another Miele Jubilee Immer Besser. It cleans even better than the old one and is very very quiet. So there you go, my recommendation is a Miele!
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    Either would be a good buy in my view, go on features and price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Audio Al View Post
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    And she s cheaper

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    We have had a Bosch dishwasher for nearly 10 years and a while back the Missus wanted to replace it because in her words it didn’t work as well as it used to. I run it empty with two tablets and then run it again with some Bosch cleaner and then again with the Bosch descaler. Also cleaned out the drain well at the bottom. It worked like new after that. Now we clean and descale it every few months. Chances are if you replace the element it will work fine for a while yet, just clean it regularly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CageyH View Post


    So the question is, do I replace it with another Bosch or something like a Miele?
    It is a 60cm free standing dishwasher.

    Miele!!!

    If you must
    IMO extra set of draws in place of dishwasher

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    Quote Originally Posted by tapid View Post
    And she s cheaper
    Not only got rid of dishwasher also got rid of GF
    Now I can spend all my money on records and such
    I dishes became a problem a quick spin on washing machine. Sorted

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    I'm the dishwasher. Been going strong for over 50 years lol. My daughter swears by them. Lazy minx
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    Quote Originally Posted by tapid View Post
    And she s cheaper
    Are you sure about that? ��

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