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Asko dishwasher D1756 shows F2

How do I clear this to start a normal wash cycle

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    tracey_frank Jan 21, 2013

    I took the filter pieces out and cleaned them as per instruction manual, removed the yellow attachment and checked the blades with my fingers, there was no apparant blockages although I did remove quite alot of build up from the 4filters. I have just now turned off the electricity at the breaker as suggested but with no satisfaction, the F2 code is still flashing and the machine is still sounding like it would like to pump out some water although there is no water other than the smallamount inside the filter well.

  • Vince Pilgreen Jan 22, 2013

    Most of the time the F2 fault code means faulty water inlet valve or faulty pump. Since you state the pump is working, I would check out the water inlet valve. Does water ever run in when you try running it through a cycle?

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Typically on all appliances the memory will reset to factory settings when power is killed to the unit. Since this is a dishwasher, you will most likely have to turn the breaker to the dishwasher off and back on. I would leave it off for about 1 minute before turning it back on.

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