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Asko D3250 not working

Asko d3250 is not starting. All "mode" buttons are lit, not responsive. Stuck in delicate wash mode. Start button blinking. Turned power on and off, turned off electricity to dishwasher, no luck

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  • Anonymous Dec 03, 2008

    Same here. Starting the water filling syklus. Then Emptying a bit water and 3 small kliks. Then the "fine" program starts blinking. After turning the machine on and off many times it works for one full washing then the same shitt all over again.

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If the first start button is blinking then there is a door error...the door switch is not closing... to repair

1) turn off the power at the breaker...
2 ) remove screws in the door T20
3) remove contol panel (slide up)
4) place wire tie behind micro switch on door latch...
5) replace door latch and door.

Hope it helps....If NOT let me know more about your problem ... I will Help

Posted on Sep 26, 2009

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