Question about Asko D1796FI Built-in Dishwasher
Hi, My Asko Dishwasher D1796 needs a computer board, it is 8 years old & not under recall. Is there a place I can get a board that is possibly used but works? Sometimes I know people get rid of perfectly good dishwasher's when they remodel so was wondering if there is one out there. Otherwise I have to get a D3251FI brand new unless there are any of those out there on sale???
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds as if you may have A bad control board. It could be causing the heater element to come on when its not supposed to (usually a stuck relay) and not filling the machine with water. you could also have a bad control board AND a bad fill valve, as a stuck relay for the heater shouldn't affect the fill valve circuit. The bad news is that these asko control boards are $350 to $450 for just the part, the good news is that the control board is under a 5 year warranty (for only the part, not the labor to change it) as are the pump motors and any timers. Also, if you are just out of warranty, find your date of installation, as asko warranties start when you install it, not when you buy it (if you moved into the house and it was there when you moved in, and you are the first owner, submit a date of occupancy and that's when your warranty started)
Posted on Jan 13, 2007
SOURCE: Asko 1796 F2 problem
It sound like you have a blocked or a malfunction pump. Remove the pump from the machine and check whether you have a clogged inside the pump or in one of the pipes connected to it. In case all is clean, you should replace the pump.. Good luck !
Posted on Aug 27, 2007
SOURCE: Faulty Asko dishwasher
We were told by an ASKO technician that it has something to do with a balance issue. You could try tilting the machine forward (make sure you've removed side screws into walls first though otherwise you could damage the cupboards).
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
Yes, Asko dishwashers can leave a small amount of water in the sump after a cycle completes. At the beginning of most cycles the sump is pumped and new water added.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
I would check you drain it must be clear and it must also raise above the bottom of the sink to keep water from the sink going back into the dishwasher..
Hope it helps if Not let me know more about you problem..I can help
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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