Question about Asko D1976 Built-in Dishwasher
Asko D1976 Dishwasher. Error message F2 and all the lights on panel flashe non stop. There was a lot of watery noise. I opened it up and there was too much water. I tried to hold down the "start' button to turn it off (this usually works) but this made it drain the water leaving only enought to swirl in the centre drain. I had to disconnect it from power. Pulled it out to look in the back. Saw that the drain pump, electrical connection and inlet valve sat above a 1/2 inch of water that had pooled on the metal plate below. I sopped this water up with a large sponge. Whats the verdict? Can this be fixed?
Hi how are you...asko has a safety overflow protection switch...were the electrical comes in bend down it....theres a float an micro switch...push up in down on it...soak up water in bottom first...float might be bent up ...use long screw driver...turn power off first...hope this helps...had problem on 3/27.2010.. sincerely michael doctor airr appl.repair..843-384-8474...call if need more assistance...its free..good luck....
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
Try to find out from where water leaking from (pump or inlet valve). The leaking one, should be replaced. Good luck !
Posted on Jul 27, 2007
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