I'm trying to find out if this is a Bosch dishwasher problem or plumbing problem before making call to right repair shop.
My dishwasher does not have heating coil.
We moved dishwasher from left of kitchen sink to right of kitchen sink. Almost mirror, but I think water line could be longer by a feet or two.
Hot water connection is still same existing connection that we used before moving the dishwasher. Kitchen faucets get hot water. Dishwasher gets lukewarm water. I have experimented this starting dishwasher, let it do cycle for few minutes so that water is filled and then opening it to check the temperature inside multiple times. Water heater kicks in, but looks like dishwasher does not get enough hot water. At least its not as hot as kitchen faucets. Flex plumbing gets warm, but not hot as copper pipe it's connected to. Don't know if it has insulation that prevents it getting hot.
We have tried running kitchen faucet so that cold water is drained. No luck. Dishwasher water temperature always feels like luke warm.
Other pointers I have noticed is dishwasher has a "sanitized" indicator that turns on only if receives water at certain temperature. It does not turn on anymore. Counter top used to get warm earlier after usage, but no more. Cleaning quality after the cycle is questionable.
No other hot water issues anywhere in the house.
Could it be because of couple of feet of extra long flex plumbing?