Question about Dishwashers
FYI: I ran in a similar situation with my Ikea dishwasher last week.
It started did some stuff but ended early and cold.
In the end it was just because I forgot to refill the soda.
The drain was all clogged together. A quick cleaning fixed my problem.
Only afterwards of course I noticed that an LED was on and there where some white deposits on the dishwashers lid. There was also still some water when I opened the dishwasher.
When I was reading about similar problems, it also happens often that some solderings of the relay go bad. A more or less practical person can check and solve this rather fast. (Because I didn't notice the clogged drain at first, I verified mine in let's say well below 30 min, they seemed fine)
I hope you get your problem solved.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: AEG Favorit 40650 dishwasher is
Remove the controller from the top of the door. Extract the main PCB from the plastic case. You will probably see a burn mark on the inside of the case adjacent to the relay on the back of the PCB. Examine the back of the PCB for burn marks around the relay pins. Resolder the relay and any damaged track.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
I had this same problem on our AEG dishwasher. The reason was on the controller board. There is one relay switch which drives the heater element.One of the legs of that relay box was disconnecteds from the circuitboard. Check this out.
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
Normally if washer doesnt complete cycle, its because the element has tripped the over temp.th/stat.(underneath), or is faulty. otherwise 1 of the 2 boards are faulty. Often the board at the bottom front left.(behind the kick panel.)is the issue. Roaches seem to accumulate on the bottom board and disrupt the circuit. If you have a mechanical timer, wiggle it side to side and note if there is a difference.
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
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