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Asko dishwasher Rotu emailed with some helpful info, so here is the additional you requested. The dishwasher continues to fill as long as the water is turned on to the appliance and then it will drain. For some reason this cycle continues. The repairman said it needed a new control board. Is this the case and is there anything else I can do?

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You could have a bad fill valve that doesnt close. Try unplugging the unit or turning off the power at the cuircuit breaker. (not the power button) If it still fills when you turn on the water, it just has a bad fill valve. If it does not fill, take apart the door and check for broken wires at the lower left corner and see if the wiring is shorted together. If it is not, you may have a stuck relay on the control board. Sometimes those realy stick, and if you can get to the board (located in the upper left corne of the door) you can tap on the relays with a small hammer or screwdriver handle one at a time (with the unit unplugged!) and some times they will unstick and be fine. Very low tech, I Know...but you are trying to avoid a board replacement. Good Luck!

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D1876 Asko dishwasher doesn't fill. It runs fine if I manually fill the unit with a couple of pitchers of water. Likely culprits seem to be a faulty water level sensor or water fill valve. Any...


Welcome to FixYa.

Based on your description and provided the dishwasher is indeed 1) an Asko D1876 and 2) not filling with water...It sounds like a faulty fill valve/water valve unfortunately.

First though, you can perform a diagnostic/fault trace program by following the steps below. You should hear the valve starting once the unit has started filling with water.

You'll need to be familiar with the control layout for the test to begin. This is how the buttons/display is identified in the diagnostic...


Now you can enter the fault trace by way of the following sequence....


Obviously based on the instructions if you push S3 the valve should open and allow water into the tub, this image below indicates the normal water level to look for when filling in the normal cycle NOT FAULT TRACING...Fault trace will fill until you stop it.


This unfortunately is common with Asko built dishwasher`s, but it can be fairly easily repaired with a little direction/know-how.

**First turn off the water and the power to the first**

You should only need to remove the toe panel/kick plate at the bottom and of course turn your water and power off, undo the water line at the valve,



...remove the two torx screws ( large arrow ) and then the delivery hose at the back of the valve ( small arrow ) and install the new one.

The new valve is part # 8801351 and available at on-line parts depot "" for about $170USD last time I looked.

Let me know what you find and I'll try and help you move forward from may opt to call in a pro but that's up to you.

I'll watch for your reply.


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Jan 30, 2011 | Asko D1876 Dishwasher

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Dishwasher begins to fill then stops with no further progress.


Welcome to FixYa.

Based on hoe you`ve described the issue with your Asko, initially it sounds like a faulty inlet/water fill valve...

But, I`d like to clarify the symptom first. Does the unit complete the fill cycle and then do nothing, or it just energizes the fill momentarily then does nothing ?

Also I will ask to verify the model is an Asko 1375 ?

I`l watch for your reply.


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Sep 02, 2010 | Asko 1375 Dishwasher

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Just installed a used asko 1805 dishwasher it stopped on the rinse cycle and kept sucking in air lights were flashing and no buttons responded

Please check these,
1)Water-heating cycle

Water-heating cycle
Many dishwashers heat the wash and/or rinse water to a higher temperature, as the cycle calls for it. In these cycles, the dishwasher pauses after it has filled with water, waiting for the water to reach the pre-set temperature. What happens next, depends, as follows:

* On some units, the pause is timed and the unit continues after the allotted time.

* On others, the cycle can't continue until the water reaches the higher temperature. If you have this type of dishwasher and the water isn't being heated (say, because of a problem with the heating element or thermostat), after the unit stops at the heating cycle, it never continues. When you repair the heating-system problem, the "cycle problem" is fixed too.

Timers don't often fail. But if every other part of the dishwasher seems to be working properly and the timer knob seems to be stuck in one place--doing one function continuously--the timer may be at fault. Dishwasher timers can't be repaired. If yours is defective, replace it.

The light blinks may be due to faults with water fill. You can try this out to see if it helps,
1. Disconnect the power to the unit

2. Remove the lower access panels and check the tray under the dishwasher (you will probably find it is full of water)

3. Use a towel or a sponge to remove the water

4. There is a float that should stop the operation of the dishwasher and run the pump if water is in this tray. Check this pump to see if it is functional

5. Test the dishwasher

6. If there are no leaks from the dishwasher into the pan, check the drain hose under the sink

7. THE DRAIN HOSE MUST RUN UP TO THE TOP OF THE UNDERSIDE OF THE COUNTERTOP THEN DOWN TO THE DRAIN. (If the hose is not set up like this, water from the sink drain will flow into the dishwasher and overfill the tray)

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Apr 11, 2010 | Asko 24 in. 1805 Built-in Dishwasher

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I have an asko dishwasher that doesn't fill enough

two things either a clogged inlet water valve located at the bottom of the machine where the water hooks up to the dishwasher, there is a filter screen in the body of the valve, need to take valve off to access where the screen is. Second, could be a bad water level switch, but I would suspect the screen first this is most of the time, the problem

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Feb 10, 2010 | Dishwashers

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My asko dishwasher model 1595 flashers a f-2 code. I checked for a cloged drain. used my shop vac to empty the water in the drip pan then restarted the dishwasher.The pump came on and it continued to fill...

F2 High water level · Plugged/Bad water pump
· Defective water inlet valve
also check that the float switch is not stuck in the up position...

Hope it helps if NOT let me know more about your problem... and I will help

Aug 25, 2009 | Asko 1595 Dishwasher

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Asko 1350 fill problem.

Make sure you get water to the dishwasher. Check to see if the water shut-off valve (located under the sink) is open. If you get water to the dishwasher, but there is still no water inside during the fill cycle, the problem might be with a faulty water valve (located at the bottom of the dishwasher, behind the kick panel, on either side), in which case replace the water valve if found to be defective.

Now, if the valve is ok, replace the control.

In most cases, this will be a control fault.

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Asko D1716 dishwasher problem

I also have an Asko D1716 dishwasher. The water stopped flowing. I replaced the water inlet valve and I have another problem, but the replacement of the fill valve is now letting in water. You can call Asko at 1-800-898-1879 to order the parts. If you order from Asko, I'm told you have some warranty on the parts. Anyway, the screws take a star drive and there is a front plate and back plate you will need to remove. There are approx. 4 screws on the front and 4 screws on the back. Just remember to unplug it before starting any work. The fill valve is in front of the machine. There are 2 screws holding it in place from the front. You will need to remove it out the back though to replace it since the fill tube to the tub is short and it wont allow you to pull it out the front. The repair is really easy once you get started.

Hope this helps,


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Dishwasher overfilling

I have been working on ASKO for several years and have never seen one fill and drain at the same time. Usually if it drains and cannot be stopped, it is because there is water in the lower tray that needs to be removed or left to evaporate, and then it needs to be figured out why the water was there in the first place. If you could post back with more info (does it fill, sit for a while, then drain, or is it doing both at once) I would be glad to help. Good Luck!

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