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Circ pump runs, but does not pump

Asko 1885 circulation pump runs but does not move much water. How do you access the pump?

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  • ousidestuff May 21, 2009

    did so. Impeller is no longer attached to motor shaft. replaced motor assembly, since no-one would sell me a new impeller.

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Oppen the centre orifice , remove cover , remove impeller , clean debri and change impeler with new one, Vitally

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Taco 007 circulating pump stays on even though boiler shuts down


Don't know your specific unit, but in general, heating systems are two-stage devices:

1: Its too cold: the motorised HW/CH valve moved to the required position, and on achieving it, the circulaion pump starts and the boiler is enabled. (The circ pump may start immediately - its not usually important.) The hot water from the boiler circulates through the heat exchanger and/or radiators until the thermostat thinks its target is warm enough, whereupon it disables the boiler, stops the pump and closes/relaxes the valve(s).

2: The boiler is off while disabled. When enabled, it heats the circulating water to a 'high' temperature and seeks to keep it there. If it reaches that temperature, the boiler will cycle on and off as necessary to maintain the set 'high' temperature. (The circulation pump must run all the time the boiler is enabled.) This may be what you're noticing. Additionally, some boilers will run the circulation pump for a little while after being disabled to reduce the temperature if the water in the pipes and boiler.

Your question doesn't say how the pump running corresponds to thee thermostat settings, but if it were stuck on, I think you'd know!

Dec 31, 2016 | Water Heaters

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L.G E1 Error / Whistling Sound In this Tip I will show you how to fix it. This...


L.G E1 Error / Whistling Sound

In this Tip I will show you how to fix it. This error is not to be confused with the 1E error, as this means something completely different.

TOOLS REQUIRED:

- Circulation Pump (P/N: 5859DD9001A) * I will use "Circ. Pump" when referring to it. Get it from your nearest appliance spare shop.
- Screw Driver (Star/Phillips)
- Towel
- Pointed Object (Flat Screwdriver is best)
- Patience

SYMPTOM:

E1 is showing on the LED Panel. In most cases this is accompanied with a whirring/whistling sound from the Dishwasher. This solution will also solve motor noises as described above.

REASON:

There is an excessive or low amount of RPM picked up on the Circ. Motor Impellers during wash cycle. The reason for this is a water leakage on the Circ. Motor. The seal basically got worn, and water came through to the motor shaft leading to the bearings, thus the whistling sound (if any):

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The only way to repair this error correctly is to replace the Circ. Pump.

CHECKS YOU HAVE TO PERFORM BEFORE DOING ANYTHING:

Firstly check for any leakages on the hoses or plastic covers, especially the hoses & covers directly connected to the Circulation Pump, any leakages will also trigger this error code. Check the below mentioned "Accessing the Circulation pump" instructions, for easy access to the Circulation Motor.

THE REPAIR PROCEDURE

STEP 1 (Accessing the Circulation Motor)

Firstly, remove the Inlet hose from the unit, and position it in an area where you would be able to lay it on its side. Then drain all water from the dishwasher, this can be done by placing the Drainage hose on the floor (either into a low bucket or out the back door).

Then remove the Top Table (The "roof" of the dishwasher), this can be done by removing 2 to 4 screws at the back -this may vary from model to model:

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Remove the Right hand Panel, you will need to open the door for the front screws - See attached pictures:

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You then need to close the door, and remove the bottom cover panel, there will be 2 more screws here:

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You can now remove the Right hand Panel and you should see the following:

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Now, put the towel on the Left side of the machine, you are going to tilt the dishwasher to its side, and water will likely leak out on that side.

Lift up the insulation material, and then lean the dishwasher back so that it is laying on the Left Panel:

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Again some screws would need to be removed from the Base Cover, see pictures:

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STEP 2 (Removing the Circ. Motor)

Now you have to stretch the Base Cover to allow yourself some more space to remove the Circulation Pump. To do this, insert your flat end into the Jimmy Space (Shown on the previous picture), use this in a crowbar like action, to give you some extra space - Beware not to break the plastic!

Remove the Screw mounting the Circulation Pump to the Base Cover:

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Disconnect the Power cord to the Circulation Pump:

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Then remove the Mounting piece, and twist and pull out the Circulation Pump from its nesting area, be careful not to break fittings or move other components (Especially the Sump) while pulling the Circulation Pump free:

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The sump as seen above must not be showing more than 2 mm of silver lining, if it does, it means the sump has shifted too much, and leakages is almost a certainty. YOU DO NOT WANT THIS TO HAPPEN :-)


With the Circ. pump removed, you can now easily insert a new one, and use the reverse of my instructions to finish the job.

Just another quick note:
Sometimes the mounting supplied is different than the one that was in the machine, always fit the new one.

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That is it! Re-attach the hoses and water, connect the dishwasher to power. Test it and viola, the E1 error is no more, and any whistling sound that may have been there is now a distant memory.

PLEASE BE AWARE:

Even though this is accomplish-able by yourself, no person would disagree that an experienced and qualified technician will be able to do it more accurately and without further damages to your appliance.

Experience is what you got by not having it when you need it. ~Author Unknown

Thanks for reading my Tip.

on Jul 06, 2011 | Dishwashers

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Asko 1875 had a new main board, wax motor and temp thermistor fitted 6 months ago. now thw machine pumps in the water but does not wash what could be the problem


Hello, welcome to FixYa.

Based on your description and provided the dishwasher is indeed 1) an Asko 1875 and 2) filling with water, draining, heating, but not circulating, It sounds like a busted wash impeller within the main motor/circulation pump, unfortunately.

First though, do you hear a quiet sound of the wash motor starting once the unit has completed filling with water ? And be sure the unit is actually filling with water, this image below indicates the normal water level to look for....


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The pump will be super quiet if the wash impeller is broke as I suspect it may be...almost like a fountain, since the Asko are very quiet under normal conditions. You will have to either get right down with your ear to the bottom or run it with the door open by activating the door switch with a screw-driver and look for visual/audible clues.

If so that is a tell tale of no wash action yet the motor runs, hence broken impeller. If you don't hear anything it may be a wire come off the main motor/circulation pump...but not likely.

This unfortunately is common with Asko built dishwasher`s and it is a case of being a victim of their own design.

What happens typically is the ball-bearings from the upper rack holders ( which are plastic, hence fatigues due to heat and fall apart ) come out making their way into the sump, hence breaking the wash impeller from the motor.

Let me know what you find and I'll try and help you move forward from there. If you need direction to remove the circulation motor and pump I can do that, but it is a pretty involved repair and requires pulling the unit from the cabinet...you may opt to call in a pro.

I'll watch for your reply and try to help in any manner I can.

Regards,

Macmarkus :)

May 20, 2011 | Asko D1876 Dishwasher

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It doesn't sound like the dishwasher jet arms are spraying water and the dishsoap was still on door at end of cycle.


Hello,

Welcome to FixYa.


Based on your description and provided the dishwasher is indeed 1) an Asko D1716 and 2) filling with water, draining, heating, but not circulating, It sounds like a busted wash impeller within the main motor/circulation pump, unfortunately.

First though, do you hear a quiet sound of a motor starting once the unit has completed filling with water ? And be sure the unit is actually filling with water, this image below indicates the normal water level to look for....


macmarkus_284.jpg


The pump obviously it will be super quiet if the wash impeller is broke as I suspect it may be...almost like a fountain, since the Asko are very quiet under normal conditions. You will have to either get right down with your ear to the bottom or run it with the door open by activating the door switch with a screw-driver and look for visual/audible clues.

If so that is a tell tale of no wash action yet the motor runs, hence broken impeller. If you don't hear anything it may be a wire come off the main motor/circulation pump...but not likely.

This unfortunately is common with Asko built dishwasher`s and it is a case of being a victim of their own design.

What happens typically is the ball-bearings from the upper rack holders ( which are plastic, hence fatigues due to heat and fall apart ) come out making their way into the sump, hence breaking the wash impeller from the motor.

Let me know what you find and I'll try and help you move forward from there. If you need direction to remove the circulation motor and pump I can do that, but it is a pretty involved repair and requires pulling the unit from the cabinet...you may opt to call in a pro.

I'll watch for your reply.

Regards,

Macmarkus :)

Jan 29, 2011 | Asko D1716 Built-in Dishwasher

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After filling with water it fails to wash.Washers inside the unit are not spinning around.


Hello, Welcome to FixYa. Based on your description and provided the dishwasher is indeed 1) an Asko D1706 and 2) filling with water, draining, heating, but not circulating, It sounds like a busted wash impeller within the main motor/circulation pump, unfortunately. First though, do you hear a quiet sound of a motor starting once the unit has completed filling with water ? ( it will be super quiet if the wash impeller is broke as I suspect it may be...almost like a fountain, since the Asko are very quiet under normal conditions. You will have to either get right down with your ear to the bottom or run it with the door open by activating the door switch with a screw-driver and look for visual/audible clues ) If so that is a tell tale of no wash action yet the motor runs, hence broken impeller. If you don't hear anything it may be a wire come off the main motor/circulation pump...but not likely. This unfortunately is common with Asko built dishwasher`s and it is a case of being a victim of their own design. What happens typically is the ball-bearings from the upper rack holders ( the holders which are plastic, hence fatigues due to heat and fall apart ) come out making their way into the sump, hence breaking the wash impeller from the motor. Let me know what you find and I'll try and help you move forward from there. If you need direction to remove the circulation motor and pump I can do that, but it is a pretty involved repair and requires pulling the unit from the cabinet...you may opt to call in a pro. I'll watch for your reply. Good luck. Regards, Macmarkus :)

Dec 10, 2010 | Asko D1706 Built-in Dishwasher

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The 1358 dishwasher does everything (pumping, water, heating, drying) but it does not really wash and dishes and dooe remain dirty.


Hi, Welcome to FixYa. Based on your description and provided the dishwasher is indeed filling with water, draining, heating, but not circulating, It sounds like a busted wash impeller within the main motor/circulation pump. First though, do you hear a quiet sound of a motor starting once the unit has completed filling with water ? ( it will be super quiet if the wash impeller is broke as I suspect it may be...almost like a fountain, since the Asko are very quiet under normal conditions. You will have to either get right down with your ear to the bottom or run it with the door open by activating the door switch with a screw-driver and look for visual/audible clues ) If so that is a tell tale of no wash action yet the motor runs, hence broken impeller. If you don't hear anything it may be a wire come off the main motor/circulation pump...but not likely. This unfortunately is common with Asko built dishwasher`s and it is a case of being a victim of their own design. What happens typically is the ball-bearings from the upper rack holders ( the holders which are plastic, hence fatigues due to heat and fall apart letting the ball bearings loose ) come out making their way into the sump, hence breaking the wash impeller from the motor. Let me know what you find and I'll try and help you move forward from there. If you need direction to remove the circulation motor and pump I can do that, but it is a pretty involved repair...I'll watch for your reply. Good luck. Regards, Macmarkus :)

Nov 11, 2010 | Asko 1385 Dishwasher

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It seems like there is not enough pressure to activate the cleaners they barley move,i have watched it while it was open its trying to work


Hi,
Welcome to FixYa.

Based on your description and provided the dishwasher is indeed filling with water but not circulating, It sounds like a busted wash impeller within the main motor/circulation pump.

First though, do you hear a quiet sound of a motor starting once the unit has completed filling with water ?

( it will be super quiet if the wash impeller is broke as I suspect it may be...almost like a fountain, since the Asko are very quiet under normal conditions. You will have to either get right down with your ear to the bottom or run it with the door open by activating the door switch with a screw-driver )


If so that is a tell tale of no wash action yet the motor runs, hence broken impeller. If you don't hear anything it may be a wire come off the main motor/circulation pump...but not likely.

This unfortunately is common with Asko dishwasher and it is a case of being a victim of their own design.

What happens typically is the ball-bearings from the upper rack holders fall out making their way into the sump, hence breaking the wash impeller from the motor.

Let me know what you find and I'll try and help you move forward from there.

Good luck,

Macmarkus :)

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Asko1585 sprayer arm not working


Most likely the circulation pump. On this pump there is mounted a condensator. This will help the pump to get started. If this is broken, it wont circulate the water up to the sprayers.

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3rd yaco 006 in 3 years hot h20to hot


Taco circ. should be bronze in color for domestic applications. If it is green, it's wrong. Average temp for hot water should be 120 degrees. Overheating of circulator may be the cause of premature failure.

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