Serie | 8 Logixx WAS327X0ME
Automatic washing machine


 

  • WAS327X0ME
  • WAS327X0ME
  • WAS327X0ME
  • WAS327X0ME
Customer Rating:
Green Technology inside from Bosch- sign for super efficient appliances

Green Technogoly

Discover how Bosch super efficientappliances save energy and water every day.
Discover
Brochures and catalogues

Online brochures

Find our online brochures and catalogues.

More
Find your nearest Bosch dealer

Where to buy?

Find out where you can buy Bosch home appliances.

Dealer locator
  • Product features

      • Main features
      • Label: A+++ / A / A
      • Energy Efficiency Class: A+++
      • Energy consumption 189 kWh per year, based on 220 standard washing cycles for cotton programmes at 60°C and 40°C at full and partial load, and the consumption of the low power modes. Actual energy consumption will depend on how the appliance is used.
      • energy consumption of the standard 60 °C cotton programme 1 kwh at full load and 0.7 kwh at partial load and of the standard 40 °C cotton programme 0.63 kwh at partial load
      • Capacity: 8 kg
      • XXL Drum volume: 65 l
      • Max. spin speed: 1600 rpm
        • Programmes
        • Special programmes: shirts, sports/fitness, rapid 15 min, quick wash/mixture, Memory 1, Memory 2, AllergyPlus / Hygiene, Woollen / Hand Wash 30°C, 30°C
          • Options
          • varioPerfect: time or energy optimized programs with perfect wash performance
          • Stain-automatic with 16 stain options
            • Convenience and Safety
            • VarioSoft Drum
            • yes
            • AquaStop with guarantee
            • EcoSilence Drive™: Ferrite-BLDC, BLDC with warranty Motor
            • AntiVibration Design: More stable and silent
            • Clear text display for programm optimisation and additional functions
            • 24 h end time delay / remaining time
            • Touch control buttons: Spin speed reduction, Temperature, Modify
            • Foam detection system
            • Unbalanced load detection
            • Childproof door lock
            • Buzzer to indicate the end of cycle

            • 32 cm porthole, silver inox with 165° opening door
            • Magnetic porthole lock
              • Technical information
              • Noise level washing dB (A) re 1 pW: 51
              • Noise level spinning dB (A) re 1 pW: 74
              • Dimensions (H x W x D): 84.2 x 60 x 59 cm
              • can be built-under

              • Technical specs

                General Properties  
                Standard 40 °C programme Cottons 40°C Eco
                Standard 60 °C programme Cottons 60°C Eco
                Construction Type Group Freestanding
                 
                • Faults with the door
                • Door not opening?

                  The safety door lock is activated. Wait around 2 minutes and the door will automatically unlock.Wait around 2 minutes and the door will automatically unlock.

                  Check to see if Rinse Hold has been selected. Select "Drain" or "Spin".

                  Safety door lock is activated

                  Wait around 2 minutes and the door will automatically unlock.

                   
                • Questions and Answers
                • Need spare parts or replacements for your Bosch appliance?

                  For after sales service, spare parts and accessories, please contact:

                  Customer Service Center

                  Block 4012, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10, #01-01
                  Techplace I
                  Singapore 569628

                  Tel: (65) 6751 5000

                  Opening hours: Mon to Fri 8.30am - 5.30pm

                   
                • Washing machine smells

                  The use of predominantly low temperature washing programmes can result in the build up of bacteria and undissolved detergents which can cause the appliance (and clean laundry) to smell. Overloading the machine can also contribute to this.
                  Run the machine with no laundry at 90 degrees to clear the drum of residues. If suds can be seen in the drum during this process the programme should be repeated until only clean, clear water can be seen. To avoid the recurrence, run a 90 degrees programme monthly with half the normal amount of a whites, biological detergent.
                  Check the weight of your laundry, note that the maximum weight of an Easy-Care programme is 50% that of a Cottons programme.

                  Fabric conditioner not emptying

                  Please note that it is not unusual for a small amount of water or conditioner to be left in the compartment.

                  Concentrated softeners may need diluting with water – dilute to the consistency of single cream.

                  Remove the detergent drawer and thoroughly clean it in hot water. Make sure that the conditioner siphon is perfectly clean. You may also need to clean the roof of the compartment from where the water is fed into the drawer – use a long handled brush to remove all residues.

                  Fabric conditioner empties too soon

                  Do not overfill the compartment, this can cause the conditioner to empty prematurely, use only the amount specified on the container. Closing the detergent drawer heavily can also cause the conditioner to empty immediately.

                  Machine not emptying

                  Check that you have not selected ‘Rinse Hold’.
                  It may be that a foreign object has blocked the drain pump. Locate the pump cover at the base of the machine. Drain water using pipe (if fitted) or by loosening cap slightly. Fully unscrew the cover and remove any obstructions. If nothing can be found there check the drain hose and your waste system for blockages etc.

                  Black build up in the detergent drawer

                  The use of predominantly low temperature washing programmes can result in the build up of bacteria in this area. Remove the detergent drawer and thoroughly clean both it and the compartment with a long handled brush. When you have finished using the appliance leave the appliance door and drawer open slightly to allow fresh air to flow through.

                   
                • Washing machines
                • How to buy accessories & parts

                  To buy accessories & cleaning products:

                  - Go to the Bosch Accessories & Parts Store

                  - Search for accessories & cleaning products by appliance category

                  To buy parts:

                  - Go to the Bosch Accessories & Parts Store

                  - Search by appliance category. Click on PARTS SEARCH.

                  - Enter your appliance’s Model Number (E-Nr) and click on START SEARCH.

                  - You can find parts in two ways:

                            - View the line diagrams and click on the part you need

                            - View the chart below the diagram

                  How to find your Model Number (E-Nr)

                  Please click here to locate the data tag on your appliance. The data tag contains your Model Number (E-Nr).

                   
                • How to get a new Use & Care Guide for an appliance.

                  Enter your appliance’s Model Number (E-Nr) in our Owner Manuals sectionto download your Use & Care Guide. 

                  Call Bosch Customer Support at 1-800-944-2904

                  How to find your Model Number (E-Nr)

                  Please click here to locate the data tag on your appliance. The data tag contains your Model Number (E-Nr).

                   
                • Washer has an odor.

                  Regular/weekly hot water cycles and/or sanitary cycles will prevent detergent and soil from building up within the washer, thus reducing the possibility of odor caused by detergent and soil build up.

                  Leaving the washer door open between washes allows the washer to dry out.

                  Some water conditions (sulfur, hard water, etc) may cause odors. Check with your local water supply officials regarding the content of the water.

                  Drain hose may be pushed too far into the drain pipe. Drain hose should be placed no more than 6” into the drain pipe. It should also be secured so that the hose does not come loose. Do not seal the drain hose to the drain pipe so that it is completely covered. This prevents sewer gases from backing up into the washer.

                  Washer does not turn on or indicator lights do not light up.

                  Your power cord may not be plugged in. Check it and plug in the power cord if necessary.

                  You may be experiencing a power outage.

                  Power may not be flowing to the socket. Check whether the socket works by plugging in another small appliance (e.g. a hair dryer). If the socket does not work, consult an electrician.

                  The fuse may have blown or the circuit breaker may be tripped. Replace the fuse or reset the circuit breaker.

                  The control panel may be faulty. Have it checked by an authorized service technician.

                  Washer is on but will not start washing.

                  The door may not be closed completely. Check to see if there is something blocking the door. When you close the door there should be an audible clicking sound.

                  The “Start” button may not have been pressed. Press the “Start” button.

                  Water tap may be closed. Check to make sure it is open. The water tap is where the water lines are connected from the house to the washer.

                  Washer door will not open.

                  “Rinse Hold” may have been selected. Select "Drain" or "Spin".

                  The safety function may have been activated. Wait around two minutes and the safety function will switch off automatically. The safety function is activated when the water temperature inside the washing drum is around 150°F. It will keep the washer door locked until it is safe to open the washer door.

                  The childproof lock may have been activated. Select models have this functionality. To deactivate the childproof lock, press Menu until “Child Lock” is shown on the LCD display panel. Press Select to choose “On” or “Off”. Choose “Off” to deactivate the childproof lock.

                  There is detergent residue in the detergent drawer.

                  Damp or clumped-up detergent can leave a residue in the detergent drawer. Clean and dry the detergent drawer according to the instructions listed below:

                  • Remove the dispenser from the washer according to the instructions in the Use & Care Guide. Place the dispenser under warm, running water and lightly wipe away any remaining detergent residue. Reinsert the dispenser according to the instructions in the Use & Care Guide.

                  An excessive amount of detergent may have been used. Follow the detergent manufacturer’s instructions with regards to the amount of detergent to use.

                  Detergent in the drawer is not being dispensed.

                  The siphon may not be clean. Check to make sure it is not clogged up with detergent. Follow these directions to clean the siphon: 

                  1. Remove liquid detergent dispenser from the detergent compartment.
                  2. Remove siphon (grey piece) by pulling it apart from the detergent dispenser.
                  3. Wash both the siphon and the detergent dispenser with warm water to remove the residue and detergent that was clogging the siphon.

                  Foam is coming out of the detergent drawer.

                  Too much detergent may have been used. Add approximately three tablespoons of fabric softener onto the foam/suds that are coming out of the detergent drawer. Then add 4 ¼ cups of water to ensure that the softener gets into the washing drum. Reduce the amount of detergent for the next wash cycle.

                  A non-HE (high-efficiency) detergent may have been used. Use a detergent designated for HE washing machines.

                  Washing cycle seems to be taking longer than usual.

                  The Unbalanced Load Detection System may have been activated. The Unbalanced Load Detection System attempts to level out the imbalance by distributing your items several times. In the future, wash large and small items together to reduce potential imbalances.

                  The Foam Detection Function may have been activated. The Foam Detection Function uses an extra rinse cycle to reduce the amount of foam. In the future, reduce the amount of detergent used in accordance with the detergent manufacturer’s instructions.

                  The water temperature may be cooler than expected. Your washer will take longer to heat the water to the proper temperature.

                  Washer keeps repeating the Spin Cycle.

                  The Unbalanced Load Detection System may have been activated. The Unbalanced Load Detection System attempts to level out the imbalance by distributing your items several times. In the future, wash large and small items together to reduce potential imbalances.

                  Washer moves or produces strong vibrations while it’s washing.

                  Your washer may be incorrectly leveled (e.g. after being moved). Make the washer level by using the appliance feet (each foot should carry approximately 25% of the total weight) and securing them according to the installation instructions in the Use & Care Guide.

                  The Unbalanced Load Detection System may have been activated. The Unbalanced Load Detection System attempts to level out the imbalance by distributing your items several times. In the future, wash large and small items together to reduce potential imbalances.

                  The floor that the washer is on may be susceptible to vibrations (e.g. wooden flooring). If possible, position the appliance in the corner of a room. Also, if possible, place a board (30 mm / ¾” thick, water-resistant) underneath and screw it down to the wooden flooring. Please follow the instructions in the Use & Care Guide for detailed instructions.

                  The shipping bolts (quantity four) used to transport your appliance may not have been removed. Remove them according to the installation instructions.

                  Water is not visible in the washer window.

                  It is normal for the water level to be below the visible part of the washing window.

                  Water doesn’t fully drain from the washer drum even though the “Finished” indicator light flashes.

                  The drain/washer pump may be blocked by a foreign object. Clean the drain pipe and/or drain according to the instructions in the Use & Care Guide.

                  Drain hose may be pushed too far into the drain pipe. Drain hose should be placed no more than 6” into the drain pipe. It should also be secured so that the hose does not come loose. Do not seal the drain hose to the drain pipe so that it is completely covered.

                  Water valves may be leaking due to debris. If your washer has a
                  “Spin/Drain” Cycle, activate the “Spin/Drain” Cycle. If your washer does not have a “Spin/Drain” Cycle, activate the “Quickwash” Cycle. If problem persists, please call Bosch Customer Support at 1-800-944-2904.

                  Water is not flowing into the washer drum or the detergent is not dispensing even though the “Active” indicator light flashes.

                  The water tap may not be opened. Open the water tap.

                  Filters in the water inlet may be blocked. Clean the filters according to the instructions in the Use & Care Guide.

                  Water is leaking from under the appliance.

                  The supply hose screw connection may be leaking. Check and tighten the hose connections.

                  The drain hose may be leaking. Check or replace the drain hose. You can purchase a replacement drain hose from the Bosch eShop

                  Household drain pipe may be overflowing. Check the drain pipe during a wash cycle to see if it is leaking. If it is leaking, you may need to consult a plumber.

                  Washed items do not seem clean.

                  You may have chosen an inappropriate washing program or temperature for the level of soiling on your items. In the future, choose an appropriate washing program by consulting the Use & Care guide.

                  An improper amount of detergent may have been used. Too much or too little detergent will affect the cleanliness of your clothing. Contact your detergent manufacturer (phone number is located on the package) with regards to the amount of detergent to use.

                  Detergent residue on washed items.

                  Detergent may be too old. Contact your detergent manufacturer with regards to the shelf life of the product.

                  A phosphate-free detergent may have been used. Many phosphate-free detergents contain a water-insoluble residue, which can appear on washed items in the form of bright marks. Select "Rinse" immediately or brush your items after they are dry.

                  An improper amount of detergent may have been used. Too much or too little detergent will affect the cleanliness of your clothing. Contact your detergent manufacturer with regards to the amount of detergent to use.

                  Grey residue on washed items.

                  You may have chosen an inappropriate washing program or temperature for the level of soiling on your items. In the future, choose an appropriate washing program by consulting the Use & Care guide.

                  Body oils/soils require warm to hot water to dissolve. Choose the appropriate washing program for your items.

                  An improper amount of detergent may have been used. Too much or too little detergent will affect the cleanliness of your clothing. Contact your detergent manufacturer (phone number is located on the package) with regards to the amount of detergent to use.

                  Routine maintenance for your washer.

                  A washer that has been properly used and maintained should not need to have washer cleaners run through it.

                  Leave the washer door open after use to air it out.

                  We recommend that a small amount of household bleach be run through the washer every three months. Simply pour a half cup of bleach into the detergent compartment and run the hottest and longest wash cycle without any items in the washer.

                  Small items should be placed in a washing bag to prevent the likelihood of clogging the washer. Small items, such as baby socks and tights, can potentially block water from being drained. Mesh washing bags can be bought in theBosch Accessories & Parts Store (part number 00461036).

                  View our How-to-Videos on the Bosch YouTube Channel to learn what to check if your washer won’t drain (Axxis models only).

                  Please also refer to the WASHERS – CLEANING & CARE SECTION for additional information.

                  How to add bleach to the washer – Vision washers only.

                  Bleach can be added to a wash by putting it into the bleach compartment before beginning a wash cycle. The bleach compartment is located in the detergent compartment. Please refer to your washer’s Use & Care Guide to learn how to find the bleach compartment.

                  Do not add bleach directly into the washer. Doing so may damage the items that are in the washer.

                  Are front-loaders more efficient than top-loaders?

                  Yes. In general, front-loading washers use 1/3 less water, detergent and fabric softener than a top-loading washer.

                  Water in my washer’s warm cycle isn’t very warm.

                  The water may initially feel cooler at the beginning of a cycle. Bosch washers have a built-in heater that heats water to the proper temperature.

                  Washer starts but doesn’t contain much water.

                  The water supply tap may not be “on”. Check to see if the tap is “on” or “open”.

                  The water pressure may not be great enough. Check the water pressure of the water flowing out of the water supply tap. 1 gallon of water should flow through every 30 seconds.

                  The water intake hose may be clogged with debris. Do the following to clean it:

                  1. Turn off water tap.
                  2. Remove intake hose from water tap. Beware: the AquaStop device contains an electric valve. Do not dunk it in water.
                  3. Clean the filter in the hose with a small brush to remove debris.
                  4. If your hose is not an AquaStop hose, you may remove the hose from the washer and clean it.
                  5. Reconnect the hose and make sure it’s not leaking.

                  The wash load may be small. Water level may be below the visible level if a wash load is small.

                  An energy saving program may have been selected. Some programs use smaller amounts of water.

                   
               
              Online Survey