Question about Dishwashers
Thanks my Asko did the same and tilted it forward, drained excess on the floor, even though I thought i'd bailed the whole lot and woolaa fixed - thanks x
Posted on Feb 28, 2011
There is probably water in the drip pan below that needs to be emptied or evaporated out. but if there is water ther is an internal leak such as a bad hose or door seal thats going to need fixed. The only way to stop the pump is unplug the unit or open up the bottom behind the toe kick and suck out all the water and find the leak by running it with the cover off till you see it. good Luck!
Posted on Nov 06, 2007
Same issue with mine... Tray fills and the wash cycle will not end. Sponge out the pan, re-set and your good to go for a couple of washes.
On closer look looks like a small leak in a corrigated tube and when the cycle starts a small spray of water leaks out causing the try to re-fill.
Now If I could figure out how to get in there and replace the tube I would be a happy camper.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
Well I've been doing dishers by hand for the last 3 weeks, what a pain in the backside. I thought a tech person would cost the earth so I've left it. This morning I got up searched for the how to fix it on the net and after about 2 hours of pulling it out and draining the tray underneath the dishwasher & cleaning the water up. The Asko dishwasher is now doing another load of dishers. Thanks to you all that wrote in.
Posted on Apr 16, 2011
I know this is an old post but people still look these things up. Had and still have the same problem occasionally. It drove me mad for a while till I sat down and watched what was happening. I had no leaks underneath and found the water was overfilling and spilling to the overflow and filling the tray underneath. The problem is the fill sensors (they are thick plastic disks with wires coming out) which are two pressure switches attached underneath and above the overflow pan. They each have a black rubber hose running into them. If either of the hoses gets a blockage or a bubble of air the switch won't register that the fill cycle needs to finish. Unplug the black hose (MAKE SURE THE POWER IS DICONNECTED AT THE WALL BEFORE PULLING APART DISHWASHER) and let some water drain out and refit it on each of these. Remove water from tray below. Reassemble and try washing again. Hopefully this helps you if you are pulling your hair out like I was.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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