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Our asko dishwasher won't stop pumping out. The drip tray underneath fills with water and floods out. It doesn't matter where you turn the dial it is stuck in the pump cycle. When you empty the drip tray it works again for a while then the same happens again.

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You have a leak. only way forward is to take of the panels and look for it

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The water which has activated the antiflood device is actually underneath the appliance it is held in the sump tray and this has to be drained before the A.F.D.will cancel.You will have to remove the dishwasher to get at the underneath but when you have got rid of the water you will still have to trace what caused it.The seal on the circulation pump could be a suspect or a pin hole in the drain hose.

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