Question about Asko D1976 Built-in Dishwasher
Sounds like you have a bad circulation pump. These are fairly easyt to get at once you pull the dishwasher out and remove the rear panel, but will set you back about $200 just for the pump (figure another$100-$200 to have it installed) The bummer about these is sometimes when the pump goes bad it takes the control board along with it, and thats another $300- $400 for just the part. I would suggest pulling the dishwasher out and getting to the 2 wires going to the pump andthen running the dishwasher. Check for 120volts at the 2 wires to the pump. here should be NO voltage until the dishwasher is done filling, then it should got to about 120 volts a few seconds after filling. If you have voltage before it is done filling, you have a stuck relay/ bad control board. If it does not give 120 volts after filling, you have a bad board as well. If the voltage is there when it should be and not there when it sholdnt be..then you just need a pump. The pump has a little release tab and a hose clamp that has to be cut off, then you rotate it to clockwise if i remeber correctly about 1/3 of a turn and it comes right out. Hope this helps!
Posted on Feb 24, 2007
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