Question about Indesit 24 in. IDL500 Built-In Dishwasher
i din't know what model you have but sounds like the heating element id burned out.
on the heating element there is a thermostat and if that or the element is bad the water will never heat up at all.
i just fif my indesit idl 600 and its working now
cost of heating element was 28 euro here in the naples area and my work to install.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
Which make and model of dishwasher do you have?
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
Hello, I've got a suggestion and at first it may sound like I'm pulling it out of my...left field. I'll tell you the what and then I'll explain why. Try this, take a rag or paper towel and soak it with "rinse aid" AKA, "jet dry" and apply it to the top of the tub and to a lesser degree the sides as well. I suggest this to all my customer's with new dishwasher's. Now the why...all dishwasher's require assistance to dry your dishes, some more than other's. Hence the need for an additive such as jet dry, it is simply a wetting agent which help's the water run off the dishes and as a result they dry better. So why put it on the tub ? Glad you asked. The reason is exactly the same, on older dishwasher's that have had many year's of use the tub has already built up some wetting agent on the tub just by normal and continued use, the new obviously has not. The only jet dry the new one has is the added amount in the dispenser. Over a short time of regular use the unit would start to dry better on it's own, this just speed's up the process. By adding the jet dry to the tub you create a seathing action allowing water to run off before & during the dry cycle as to not have water in the form of condensation dripping back onto the dishes when the cycle is complete, which leaves you with dry dishes as opposed to wet dishes. Make sense ? I hope so, it really work's. Hope you found this helpful. If so please rate the info you received frome jere at "fixya" today and good luck. Let me know if I can assist you further. I hope you didn't find this too difficult to read, I had to use my iphone, it's the only internet connection I have at the moment. Macmarkus :)
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
I had this problem too, and was able to fix it. There is a generic
problem with AEG dishwashers of this type, caused by the bad solder
joint of a relay on a circuit board. Solution:
1. Disconnect mains power then open washer and remove the 8 or 10 screws that hold the inox plate onto the door.
2. Gently peel away the inox plate and you'll have access to a white plastic box at the top of the door where the pushbuttons are located.
3. Undo the 4 plastic clips on the sides of the white plastic box and you'll have access to an electronic circuit board. Note the order of the 6 or 7 wire connectors along the edge of the circuit board and then unplug them. The circuit board is now only held by a flat plexi connector. Leave it attached.
4. Gently turn the circuit board over and look at the solder joints. You should see one or more dodgy solder joints. Use a soldering iron and some extra solder to redo the joints.
5. Put it all back together in reverse order to above.
This is a known problem (that no one knows about).
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
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