Question about Asko Dishwashers
Previously repaired 18mths ago for same problem with parts replaced and cost of $615. Parts replaced Inlet valve sinle 230V formerly 8057507, Hose Clip RFZ, Seal, Nitrile, Ball catch, Circ.Pump kit DW95 and Hose clip Oetiker. Has the machine had it?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: New World DW60 dishwasher not
I f you have warranty on this please call them, you have a defective D/W.Unless there is no charge for repairs ,don't spend a dollar on what is going to be a on going problem ahead.To explain how to fix this is what the manufacturer should have done in the factory and not made 1 dollar off of this defective D/W until it proved this to be ready .What has happened to Quality Control ? Does it no longer matter ? Very sorry ,you should seek a refund ASAP.
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
All im going to say is i think you have a faulty inlet valve.the water is probably only trickling into the machine & taking forever to fill,the computer board has probably picked up that the washer is taking to long to fill & has thrown up a fault code relating to the fill or inlet valve.Also sometimes if the filters in the bottom are clogged the water cant get to the wash motor & the motor cant load up with water.The motor runs without load on it & the computer board interprets this as slow fill or inlet valve problem.
Posted on May 28, 2010
That would be the water heater, but if the unit is taking out the RCB it could also be that the earth leakage allowance on your consumer unit is too low or there is a problem with the mains cable suppressor (if the unit has one).
All the best
Posted on Aug 15, 2010
Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly.
There is and internal float switch that controls power to the inlet water valve. If the float is sensing that the unit is full of water it will go through all portions of the cycle but.... will not have any water in it at all.
Take a look at this diagram and check items 302 through 308:
The float should move up and down around 1/2 inch. I believe your float is stuck in the UP position. This is usually caused by food particulate on the stem (Item 306). Clean it up and it should work. You can gently push the stem up and down from under the unit and you should hear the micro-switch click as you raise and lower the stem. No click = bad micro-switch / no power to the inlet water valve. You can briefly jumper across the micro-switch to see if you get water flow during fill cycle. Just be aware of the dangers of working on live circuits.
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Posted on Feb 16, 2011
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