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Asko D3100 No hot water

I know this is not the same model but the solution may be the same.

I have just had renovatond done to my kitchen and re installed the Dishwasher - professionally plumbed to cold water only etc.

I can not ge a hot wash, Is there a fuse or a reset button that I should be re-setting or something?


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Re: Asko D3100 No hot water

Check heater element for open circuit electrically, also there are cut outs located in various places all different depending on make ,model etc

these cut outs are not resettable, they just want replacing if faulty

if all above are well and test ok, it could be a broken wire inside the door skin just above the hinge (very common fault on older appliances)

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