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Asko dishwasher won't fill or pump, panel lights and heater on?

4 year old Asko D3250 just quit. No water in dishwasher, no pump noise, control panel lights normally and start button flashes like normal. When you open the door, it is hot on the inside like heater is coming on?

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  • gooface May 10, 2009

    Why would it still get hot if the heater element is blown? Another tech said he thinks it is a bad inlet water valve pump? I can replace anything on a dishwasher (i am very handy) but not good at the troubleshooting. Thanks!

  • gooface May 10, 2009

    Not sure if my reply went through. How could the heater elemenet be burnt out if it is getting hot? Also, wouldn't the pump still run when you first start it for the initial drain before filling?

  • gooface May 10, 2009

    The dishwasher is a D3250, 4 years old. It just quit the other day. No water inside, no pump noise, but when you open the door, it is hot on the inside. The last tech said needs a heater element. That is not making sense to me since it is heating. The control panel seems to be working the same as always. You shut the door and wait for things to start and all you get is the heater turning on.

  • gooface May 11, 2009

    I guess i would like a 3rd opinion since the first two are different.

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First, check the usual suspects: Make sure the circuit breaker isn’t tripped and that the wires at dishwasher’s power junction box aren’t burnt. If all that checks out, then go right to the control panel area.
Asko dishwashers have had problems with the wiring in the control panel area burning or melting– very messy. While your problem may not be as dramatic as that, the problem may still be visible. You may find burnt or discolored wire terminals or the spades on the start button switch may be burnt– anything burnt or discolored has to be replaced. 

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The water inlet solenoid is bad and you may also want to check the water level sensor.

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Sounds like you have a "burnt heating element". You need to get assistance to a qualified technician to replace this part. The heating element can blow for a number of reasons just like an ordinary light bulb. I would not suggest you attempt the repair by yourself unless you have some sort of experiance with this type of thing.

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