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How To Clean The Filter In A Bosch Dishwasher (Video)

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You bought a Bosch dishwasher. Now you have to clean the filter as part of routine maintenance. Your old dishwasher probably had a grinder, so it was filterless.

It's simple really. This quick video will show you how to clean the filter to ensure proper performance.

Transcript

Bosch dishwasher filter clean. Just have to pull out the bottom rack. If the wash arm is in your way, it can come out with no tools.

Spin the filter cap to the left, pull it up. The whole filter can go right inside the sink to wash it out.

When you're done, it falls back into place. Tighten up the filter cap and make sure it's secure. Place the spin arm back on. And then you can roll your bottom rack right back in.

This should be looked at at least once a week.

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