Question about Asko D1876 Dishwasher
I have lights blinking at me a f2problem
i have no manuals
dont know how to set temp or anything
can i down load a manul from somewhere
The F2 lights blink due to a water senser in the compartment where the motors are located. Remove the bottom kick panel and other covers to access this area of the unit. Unplug the unit before working in this area as wires are abundant. Check the pan to see if water is present. Dry out the pan with a towel and then maybe a hairdryer to clear the F2 alarm. The real questions is what caused the water to be there. Start a cycle and watch to see if there are any leaks on the inlet water line. If not, let the unit run and see when water enters the pan. If it enters during the washing cycle, a gasket leak is likely. If it enters during the drain cycle, perhaps a drain hose is leaking.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
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