I have had this unit (all Stainless on the inside) for 4 years with no problems, until it recently just stopped working correctly.
No complete function, starting with no lights/indication on the control panel (top of door)at any time. With the door open, pressing the On/Off button on the left produces the following: The pump runs, pumping water into the basin, at the same time, the soap door release repaeatedly actuates, and there is a hum/buzz. The only way to stop this is to depress the On/Off button again. Note, at no time during this activity are any of the lights illuminated.
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If when turned on the dishwasher sounds like it is running the drain pump, and does this in any cycle setting, it is possible that the drain pan below the unit has filled with water. Check this post for more details.
You most likely have a leaking bottom spray arm. The water is in the pan under your unit. It requires dealer service. If you are still in your 3-year warranty, good; otherwise be prepared to put out hundreds of dollars. I'm going though this now for a second time on my $1600 D3251. Asko did grant a one-time extension on my warranty since it expired a month ago. In 6 months when it breaks again, I'll buy a Bosch. I also had this same problem on a previous Asko. I can't get more than 3 years out of these units, so this is my last Asko. When it breaks again, I'll go with Bosch. Good Luck.
Possible bad door switch, thermostat or timer issue, call for service, make sure the tech. knows how to fix Asko dishwashers as that is what is in on the inside. Be sure that you are getting power to the unit.
If I'm not mistaken, these dishwashers are built by Asko for Viking. If thats the case then you probably have a bad circulation pump. Under Asko's warranty (not sure if Viking is the same) these pumps are covered parts and labor for 3 years from installation date, and 5 years for the part only. The pump is accesed from the back of the machine,so you have to pull out the dishwasher. Then you remove the lower plate in the rear and the motor at the very back center is the pump. You remove it by turning it about a 1/4 turn either clockwise or counter clockwise, depending on the style, then place the new one in and turn it to lock it in place, being careful that the sealing oring stays in place or youll get a leak. The part will probably cost you around $150 unless viking marks theirs up more than Asko. Good Luck!