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Water inlet hoses can be had at your local hardware store same with drain hoses, electric cords? If this is a built in unit then you have it hardwired into your homes electrical system. Plug in cords would be a no no.

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Lights will not turn on


I experienced the same problem. One day the lights on the unit weren't on. The wall outlet that the dishwasher uses had power because the Garbage Disposal that also uses the same outlet had power. Turns out the power supply cord also tied to the water supply hose and had over the months (due to the constant slapping or dancing of the water hose whenever the electrically controlled water valve was opened or closed), had caused the female receptor prong inside the wall outlet to loose continuity with the male prong of the dishwasher power cord. It might have been a defective wall plug all along but the wall outlet worked for months before the problem arose. Anyway, after replacing the wall outlet the dishwasher again has lights and works fine.

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there should be screws inside the door at the top and sometimes even on the sides depending on the quality of the person who installed it. after removing all the screws turn off electrical breaker in power box. unplug cord if visible under sink. also unhook drain hose and the pull washer out while feeding cord and hose through wall of cabinet.

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REPLACE MAIN WATER VALVE


If you mean the one that turns the hot water on and off, it should be located in the back and the bottom of the machine, and is held on with a couple of screws, and has an electrical connection that plugs in, and a couple of hoses that clamp on or screw on.
You will need to pull the machine out from the hole under the sink, and be REALLY careful not to mess up any hoses or connections. Disconnect the electric, the waste water hose, and the feed water hose.
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Feb 18, 2013 | Dishwashers

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Pump keeps running even with door open..had to shut breaker off to stop...


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Your machine has been leaking water and the flood switch has been triggered, whereby the machine goes into a continuous pump cycle.

Pull the machine out. Make sure you disconnect water hoses (both inlet and outlet) and power cord to free them up before pulling machine out. There will be two screws either going from the inside walls of machine or from the inside roof of machine. When you open dishwasher door you will see the two holes on the side walls or the top of machine. There may be a black rubber plug covering them. These screws secure the machine to your kitchen cabinet.
When you pull machine out tip the machine on its back. NOTE:Make sure you throw plenty of towls on the floor as there will be water pouring out of the machine.
Check to make sure the drain/outlet hose is not ruptured or burst. This is very common.
Reconnect machine preferably while it is out so that you can view the hoses while machine is running.
On the back of the machine are some hex screws which you can undoe to open back plate where hoses come out of. Run machine with back plate open. Be mindful of live electric cords on the inside of machine. Have a torch handy. If there is a leak you will see it. Also note hose connections to your washpump which sits at the back of machine. I have seen them leak as well.
Ask me if you have any questions.

Sep 01, 2011 | Asko 24 in. D3432XL Dishwasher

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Hi my Asko dishwasher D20.1-(This was the only number I could find ) engine keeps going and wont turn off.I think it is at the end of the cylce as everything is dry inside and warm.The dishes do not look...


Hi
Your machine has been leaking water and the flood switch has been triggered, whereby the machine goes into a continuous pump cycle.

Pull the machine out. Make sure you disconnect water hoses (both inlet and outlet) and power cord to free them up before pulling machine out. There will be two screws either going from the inside walls of machine or from the inside roof of machine. When you open dishwasher door you will see the two holes on the side walls or the top of machine. There may be a black rubber plug covering them. These screws secure the machine to your kitchen cabinet.
When you pull machine out tip the machine on its back. NOTE:Make sure you throw plenty of towls on the floor as there will be water pouring out of the machine.
Check to make sure the drain/outlet hose is not ruptured or burst. This is very common.
Reconnect machine preferably while it is out so that you can view the hoses while machine is running.
On the back of the machine are some hex screws which you can undoe to open back plate where hoses come out of. Run machine with back plate open. Be mindful of live electric cords on the inside of machine. Have a torch handy. If there is a leak you will see it. Also note hose connections to your washpump which sits at the back of machine. I have seen them leak as well.
Ask me if you have any questions.

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How do you reset the spring on the door? the door falls down when opened.


just need to on do the unit from the two screws that hold the top of the dish washer in,,,make sure you have enough hose and power cord to pull the unit out just a little ways,,,but it is always best to unplug the dish washer,,,but the unit needs to be pulled out and the springs just need to be hook back on towards the bottom of the dish washer,,,always work safe,,unplug the dish washer. water and electrical never works together

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Sms68mo2au how to connect electric cord, no seperate cord


The electric connection for most dish washers is a small metal cube in the lower right of the bottom of the machine , near the front. Remove the kick plate to get access under the machine. A screw holds the cover on the power connection cube.. There is a wire there for the power connection. Connect color for color. You should use a connector on your supply cord to protect the connection when the washer is slid in or out.

Oct 03, 2009 | Bosch 24 in. SHU53 Built-in Dishwasher

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Asko dishwasher D1876


unblock your filter. unplug all hoses and electrical cords. tip unit up and clean the filter out. should stop all your problems

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Replace a dishwasher


Hopefully there's enough slack in your water supply hose for you to just pull out the machine and unscrew the hose.  Be sure to turn off the water before you unscrew it.  You might be able to unscrew the bottom plates to access the supply connection from the front.  Your new machine will probably have a 3/8" female connection.  I'd suggest having a 3/8" street elbow and an adapter for 3/8" male to whatever your plastic pipe.  The other thing to watch for is whether your machine is hardwired for electricity or has a cord and plug.  You can use your old cord and plug on the new machine, if the new one doesn't have one.

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