Question about Asko 24 in. D3350 Dishwasher
Machine is showing a flahing F4 fault indicator and then stopping. When the door is opened there is 2 inches of cold water in the bottom. The filters were fairly clogged and have now been cleaned but the problem hasn't gone away. There is definitely water flowing into the machine.
F4 is a water inlet fault. It doesn't make sense if you have this fault indication with water flowing into the unit. Does the dishwasher drain properly? Usual suspects for an F4 indication would be a clogged inlet line, water supply turned off, bad fill valve, or a control board failure. Let me know if this helps, or give me a little more information on what you have done to correct so far.
Posted on Jul 15, 2007
Hi, I have the exactly same problem on Asko model D3350. The problem first occured a few days ago, then disappeared, and now is a permanent problem. I can hear that the machine is getting water at the start of the cycle, and when it stops (showing F4), the bottom is covered with cold water. Also, there is no problems with the output drain, as the machine when restarted is pumping the cold water out (before getting new water and stopping).
Posted on Aug 07, 2007
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