Question about Dishwashers
Please assist me with a wiring diagarm for a favorit WQP12-9011A. as I already replaced all terostats and power element direct and its fine. My E-mail adress Filorissmit@gmail.com Thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1502 NO POWER TO PANEL
The wiring diagram is INSIDE the metal casing behind the lower kick panel. It is a paper schematic that details the wiring of the dishwasher. Mine was pretty water logged and crusty. Just unscrew the kick panel. It should be right behind it
BTW: Ours also lost power to the panel last week. It's interesting that the production date of our Asko is from 1988. Exactly 20 years. Asko's warranty is also exactly 20 years. Coincidence? Don't bother trying to replace the board. Asko discontinued it and it is no longer available.
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
If this dishwasher is a residential dishwasher the water that is supplied to the unit is from the hot water side of the sink supply. The dishwasher does not heat the water it uses water from the water heater that is connected to the house. It sounds as if the dishwasher is hooked up to the cold water supply instead of the hot water supply. The heating element you see in the dishwasher is for drying purposes and not for heating water. I would check the hot water supply for your dishwasher to see if that could be the problem. Also remember unless you have a recirculating pump on the hot water there will be an amount of water in the pipe from the water heater and the dishwasher that has sat and cooled down over a period of time therefore when you turn on the dishwasher you will not get hot water immediately due to the distance the dishwasher is from the water heater. You will notice when you turn on the hot water to thew sink you do not get hot water right away you let it run for a minute before it gets hot since the dishwasher is connected to the same valve as your hot water to the sink it acts the same way.
Good luck on your repairs hope this helped.
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
SOURCE: AEG Favorit 50730 Dishwasher
The dishwasers have heat (inductive) elements in line with the top sprayer hose and is about +/- 15 cm long and has an electrical push on clip at the side of the device.
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
First off check to make sure you have incoming power, that the circuit breaker is not tripped or fuse blown, the outlet it is connected to has power, no switch that controls that is off.
If power is going to the dishwasher the most common reason for the unit to be dead like this would be the thermal fuse. The thermal fuse is a device that clips on to the control board you just replaced. It senses the temperature of the board and trips if it gets too hot. My guess is that it either is not clipped on to the new board in the right spot or one of the wire connections to the board or this fuse is not tight and creating enough heat to trip it.
You will need to replace this fuse if it is bad, it will come with new wires for it. Be sure to install the new wires, the kit will have instructions.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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