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Our BOSCH Logixx 8 washing machine (WAS32461GB/01) has recently developed a fault where it just shuts off after a few mins into a cycle. We've tried it with an empty drum and it still does the same thing.

I've opened it up and had a look at the PCB as suggestions online have said to look if there are faulty capacitors on the PCB but they all seem fine and of good quality (Nippon).

I'm going to go test the NTC, and see if I can find the TOC.

I haven't tried turning it back on straight away, because if it was the TOC it wouldn't allow me to do that, right?

Because of the lack of an error code and the sudden switch off, I'm stuck as to what it might be. There doesn't seem to be this scenario covered in the troubleshooting page.

Any help/guidance would be much appreciated.

Thanks

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I don’t know of a TOC that cuts the entire machine out. Normally a TOC protects a motor or heating element and only cuts the individual part out. 

Have you ensured it’s nothing daft like a connection fault at the wall socket? I had a similar thing happen to my microwave recently and it was a loose connection behind the wall socket. 

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10 minutes ago, Whitegoodshelp (Andy) said:

I don’t know of a TOC that cuts the entire machine out. Normally a TOC protects a motor or heating element and only cuts the individual part out. 

Have you ensured it’s nothing daft like a connection fault at the wall socket? I had a similar thing happen to my microwave recently and it was a loose connection behind the wall socket. 

My only experience of a TOC was with Dyson hoovers where the whole machine will switch off (which is only the motor I suppose) during an overheat, so I thought it would act in the same way on a washing machine. I will have a check of that when I get home.

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