If you wish to r_set the cycle to its beginning after
stopping the dishwasher:
1. Close the door of the dishwasher, Make sure that
the door is completely closed and latched.
2. Depress the on/off button, then depress both
POWER SCRUB PLUS and REGULAR WASH
buttons at the same time and hold for approximately
3 seconds. The cycle progress lights will jump to
the end and the "CLEAN" light will become
illuminated. When the drain pump has stopped and
the "CLEAN" light is illuminated the cycle is at
the end and the dishwasher is reset.
3. Depress the on/off button to shut-off the dishwasher.
4. The dishwasher is now ready to run your selected
wash cycle. Depress on/off button to restart the
Note: If you wish to change the cycle selection
simply depress the button of the cycle
desired twice. The light above that cycle
will then become illuminated to show it has
TO START THE SItV 4300, SHV 4800, and SHU 9900
Once detergent has been added and before closing the
door of the dishwasher check the wash arms to ensure
that they are free to move.
NOTE: The following sequence must start with the
on/off switch in the "off" position (up).
Before closing the door of the dishwasher depress
the on/off switch to the "on" position. The indicator
light labeled "Clean" will become illuminated.
Depress the button for the cycle you desire.
NOTE: For the SHV 4800 series you also have the
option of washing in the top rack only. Depress the
"Top Rack Only" button and the button of the
cycle desired, both should be illuminated. Wash
action will ONLY be provided by the upper spray
arm. Do not load dishes or silverware in the lower
Close the door and the dishwasher will start
automatically and continue until the end of the
At the end of the cycle the dishwasher will stop.
When the door is opened the clean light will
become illuminated (the lights are not illuminated
when the door is closed).
At the completion of each wash cycle you must
depress the on/off switch to reset the controls. If
you inadvertently forget to depress the switch, you
must turn the unit off for five seconds before
starting the next wash sequence.
CYCLE COMPLETE SIGNAL
The SHU 9900 model has a Cycle Completion Signal.
At the end of a wash cycle, the beeper will sound off
two times, and again every 15 minutes until the dish-
washer is tamed off. To disable or enable the Cycle
Completion Signal, you need to first set the dishwasher
in program mode. To do this, hold down the "Quick
Wash" button and simultaneously depress the On/Off
button to the "on" position. The "Quick Wash" button's
light will start to blink. This means that the washer is
in "program mode". While the light is still blinking,
push the "Quick Wash" button. If the machine beeps,
then the Cycle Completion Signal has been enabled
(turned on). When you push the button again and it
doesn't beep, it means that the Cycle Completion
Signal has been disabled (turned off). After you have
chosen to disable or enable the beeper, you need to
depress the On/Off button to the "off" position to take
it out of program mode. Now you are ready to continue
with your regular wash cycle.
TO INTERRUPT A WASH CYCLE
Open the door just enough for the interlock switch to
disengage and shut the machine off. Wait for the motor
noises to stop. After opening the door leave it ajar for
a few minutes before resuming operation. The cycle
can be resumed by closing the door.
TO RESET THE CYCLE
Open the door just enough for the interlock switch
to disengage and shut the machine off. Wait for the
motor noises to stop.
Depress the "Regular Wash" and "Power Scrub
Plus" buttons at the same time and hold for
approximately 3 seconds. Close the door and the
drain pump will run for approximately 60 seconds.
This will remove any water in the unit.
The cycle has now been reset to the end of the
wash program and the "Clean" light will be
As always you must depress the on/off switch after
opening the door in order to reset the cycle to the
DO NOT PULL DOOR FULLY OPEN WHILE
IS IN OPERATION.
QUICKLY OPENING THE DOOR WHILE
DISHWASHER IS IN OPERATION COULD
RESULT IN SERIOUS SCALDING.
When unloading the dishwasher always unload the lower
rack first and then unload the upper rack. This will
minimize the chance of water drops from the upper rack
falling on the dishes in the lower rack. The silverware
basket(s) of the Bosch dishwasher may be removed for
Also, when unloading, it is recommended that the dishes
be allowed to cool before handling. The dishes will cool
more quickly if the door is opened slightly.