Question about Asko D1796FI Built-in Dishwasher
You need to remove the lower toe kick plate, then remove the guard plate behind that (will tak a t-20 or t-15 torx bit to do this) and drain the water that has most likely collected under there caused by the sink backing up. You can use a wet vac or just soak it up with a towel. If there is no water down there, and you do not hear the drain pump run for a few seconds when you start a cycle, teh you need a drain pump. It is located on the left behind the plate you just removed, and just twists out. look at the new one to see where the locking tab is. Good Luck!
Posted on Jul 04, 2007
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The dishwasher drain hose may be clogged. When the dishwashr starts up can you hear the water running into the Sink faucet drain. If not inspect the hose that attaches to the Sink Drain for restrictions. Also in the bottom of the dishwasher you should have a filter. If this filter is clogged you cannot expel water. Clean the filter.
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