Question about Asko D3531XLHDSS Stainless Steel Built-in Dishwasher
Need to remove pump
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
Hello, With the right technique it isn't too bad, but it does require removing it from the cabinet/cupboard. This is what I do. FIRST**Turn off the power at the main service panel or unplug the unit.** Shut off the water and undo the water supply and drain hose. Remove as much water from the sump well as possible because you'll need to lye the dishwasher on its front ( remove any dishes inside and also get some towels or a blanket to lay it on so you don't damage the front panel or control's ). Once you have the unit out and face down, you'll see the back of the circulation motor&pump assembly...this is where it gets a little tricky, but I've done plenty and will guide you through. The clamps holding the pump hoses in place are "one time" clamps so once removed they'll need to be replaced with narrow "worm gear" clamps when installing the new pump assy. Undo the wires at the side of the motor ( A good idea would be to take a picture or draw a diagram, the picture is likely better...in my case at least ). Hopefully from here you will get the new one in. Let me know how you make out, I'll watch your post. Good luck. Macmarkus :)
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
Testimonial: "Yhanks for the info now I need to decide new washer or fix rhis one any recomondations on a new one."
SOURCE: asko D3120 remove door to clean
Depending on how thorough you are wanting to be depends on how far you want to dismantle the dishwasher, The outer door needs to be removed first, there are torx screws around the outside of the door which you need to remove and also 2 harder to spot ones at the bottom, The hinges are attached on the sides with another 2 torx screws each side but be careful as the hinges are under tension and can be a pain to align when putting back together.
Most of the time you don't need to remove the entire door to clean it but once the outer shell is off you can get to the front of the basepan where the dirt seems to gather around the lower door, A stiff bottle brush is good for cleaning this, Be very careful with the electronics and ensure you don't get any moisture near them, Also be careful with the wiring as due to exposure to heat the wires on this model can get brittle especially where the wires curve under the machine inside the plastic protective tube...
Posted on Mar 04, 2012
Testimonial: "It was very helpful. Has confirmed that I won't go this far but work on the areas I can access without removing door. I thought it would be somewhat easier than this. Thank you."
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