Any home appliance can be unstable. Sometimes it is difficult to understand why the E27 error occurs in the Bosch dishwasher.
What is the reason for the appearance? What does it mean?
In the instructions for different models of Bosch dishwashers, the e27 error is described as insufficient voltage in the electrical network. This means that if the mains voltage drops below 220V (or 110V in some countries), the dishwasher stops working, and the E27 error code appears. The most common failure occurs in the evening when the load on the network is maximum. That is why some kitchen appliance owners use the delayed start function. Having loaded the device in the evening and having chosen the start in three hours, the dishwasher automatically turns on at night, and in the morning, you can get clean dishes.
The second way that will help to fix the E27 error of the Bosch dishwasher is to connect it to the electrical network via a voltage regulator.
The voltage regulator installing
The most difficult thing is to choose the correct stabilizer for the dishwasher. Practice shows that it is better to put one stabilizer on several devices, for example, a dishwasher, a refrigerator, and a washing machine. By the way, the last one can display the error of the voltage drop, too. If possible, put the main stabilizer on the entire electrical network in the house or apartment. Undoubtedly, the second option is much more expensive, but all devices will be protected from power surges and failure.
So, the E27 error code of the Bosch dishwasher warns of a decrease in the network voltage. If such a mistake has appeared once, you have to pay attention to it and take care of stabilizing the network voltage. Sometimes the money spent on the stabilizer can save the kitchen appliance from expensive repairs, and your family from additional worries.