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ASKO D1986: Water pump running constantly

I have an ASKO D1986 dishwasher. Now suddenly the water pump runs constantly, it happened at the beginning of a wash (I guess the machine starts by draining any water before the actual washing). It is running no matter what I do, even if the door is open. All 8 LED's are flashing. If I press the start button for about 5 seconds (should be reset?), the pump is still running, but now the 4 LED's to the left are flashing, the 4 LED's to the right are constant on.

The pump itself works fine, if I pour water into the machine, it drains. I suspect either that there is a sensor that should indicate that there is no more water that is faulty, or that there is a shortcut somewhere keeping the pump on, but this are only my guesses...

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  • geir_inge_fe Jan 18, 2009

    I actually found the solution in one of the other articles: http://www.fixya.com/support/t329228-ask...



    So, after cleaning up the water (I found the easiest access from behind the machine), the problem was fixed.

  • geir_inge_fe Jan 18, 2009

    Solution was as commented above.

  • Marther Jan 30, 2013

    Hi there, Im looking at buying one of these second hand. I don't know how water and energy efficient it is, nor its years of manufacture or original price. Would anyone here know? Thanks very much for your help.

  • mike sam Apr 29, 2014

    Possible drain(float) switch on all the time, disconnect the float switch wires and try again, if problem solved, then replace the float switch.. good luck

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Solved by draining water from bottom pan.

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