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Contact one of the Asko authorised repairers in your area and they will be able to tell you the likely cause provided the water in your machine is heating up to the correct temperature and not trying to wash luke warm and without the powder dissolving properly.
Set the machine for a hot wash and stop it and open the door mid wash cycle and check how hot the water is. It should be extremely hot and you should get a mass of steam rushing out when you open the door.
Open door check wash arm position start washer for a minute
Confirm wash arm has rotated
Check for plugged spray tips at either end of wash arm.
Use small tweezers to remove
Check for rack and dishes interfering with arm rotation
Place cup in upper rack with opening up cycle washer.
Confirm that cup quickly fills with water
Not washing check water level in tub mim 1 1/2 inch
Discontinue use of rinse/dry liquid additive.
Confirm rinse/dry additive not leaking from dispenser into tub
Washer detergent contains sparkle additive and too much sparkle/rinses/dry additive will coat dishes
Try alternative wash detergent that contains minimal rinse/dry additive and use without liquid rinse/dry additive.
It will take several wash cycles after the elimination of rinse/dry to purge the oily film from dishes and machine..
If success "joy" is achieved with no additives then cautiously add back wash detergent with additives. Additives are important to facilitate drying and protecting the glassware china from leaching. The leaching process permanently etches the surface of glassware leaving a cloudy appearance.
Your screens are plugged with food residue in the bottom of the unit. clean it out. You can use 1 gallon of white vinegar for your wash after you clean the screens. Start your washer to fill with water but after the water starts, open your door and pore all of the gallon in the unit. Let it now run for 4 minutes and stop it by opening the door. Leave the door slightly open for 1 hour. close the door and let the cycle continue for 4 more minutes. open the door and repeat it a couple of more times. Let it sit all night with the vinegar in it and in the morning - close the door and let the cycle continue to the end. This should help soften and clean out the food particles in the unit. You can repeat the process and get a better cleaning then too. All the scale should be off your dishes now.
The water may not be heating up. Does the DW feel warm to the touch when it is washing? How long do you leave dirty dishes in the machine? Do you empty the clean dishes right away. If you do not you should open the door a crack to allow the steam and moisture to escape so the dishwasher can dry itself.Some people who don't have a lot of dishes don't wash them often enough and this can happen. You should inspect the inside of the diswasher for food debris build up even in the little holes of the arms, which you can pull out with needle nose tweezers.You can't use bleach to clean it.Nor any other household cleaners.I would clean it with very hot water mixed in a little bucket with some dishwasher detergent. You don't want to introduce any other kind of detergent into it. I would clean it thoroughly, using a semi rough washcloth then use a clean cloth to rinse it off with hot clear water. Then I would run a full cycle with no dishes in it.Maybe even twice. I hope this is helpful!
Tear down the lower spray assembly to the deck making note of position and orientation of each part as removed. At the bottom, look for a large filter that is likely filled with hard water/food deposits. Place the filter in a solution of hot water, white vinegar, and dish detergent for some time until the filter appears clean. Check for any trapped food deposits around any of the open ports in the deck. Reassemble in reverse order. Check the spray arms for any plugging of the small spray openings or any split seams. Check the water temperature by interrupting the wash cycle--it should be quite hot and steaming. Try a different type and brand of detergent as some are better than others in dealing with hard water deposits. Hope this helps!
sounds like your heating element is not working prtoperly or you are not washing in very hot water stop washer in middle of cycle and open it if steam come out hot steam be careful keep face away when you open itif not hot that could be the problem,A appliance serviceman once told me if water is hot enough and end of wash and rinse cycle not to run the dry cyvcle just open dryer a few inches and let the steam out Run hot water over a plate or a pot and set it in the drain tray in your sink notice how fast it dries itself while draining in the tray very hot water in a dish washer dopes the same good luck with this problem I hope my advice helps you oh yes one more thing always run the hot water till it get hot before you turn your dishwasher on
Run the unit with no soap, after about 5 min. of run time open door and check to see if water is clear or soapy,If soapy then you are having an oversudsng issue.When your washer gets to rinse cycle, your unit (if oversuding),will be rinsing with soapy water and the the drying cycle bakes the soap on dishes.You might be having a white film on your clear glasses.Cut down on soap especially if you have soft water.powder soap is best.Your dishwasher will fill , wash , the drain.Its what you put into it that will cause dishes not become clean.