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Door will not close to start unit

Asko dishwasher model #1796FI, door latch will not catch metal latch on unit

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Thelatch on a dishwasher door is opened and closed repeatedly, and thishard use can lead to mechanical problems. The latch may be loose, or itmay have slipped out of position, throwing the alignment off andpreventing the door from closing properly. When this happens, the latchdoes not engage properly, and the dishwasher will not start.

Inmany cases, you may be able to solve the problem by adjusting theposition of the latch. Move the latch slightly by loosening the screwsthat hold it. Slide the latch with your fingers or pliers; the screwslots are made especially for this purpose. Close and open the door tosee whether the latch is properly aligned. Tighten the screws to holdit in the correct position.

Afterrepositioning the latch, check to see if it's working properly. Closeand latch the door and turn the control knob to the ON position. If thedishwasher doesn't start, the latch is faulty. Replace it with a newlatch, connecting it the same way the old one was connected. You mayhave to move the new latch back and forth several times before it worksproperly.

Here, check these links to see which door latch is compatible with your dishwasher if in case you need to replace it:

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Posted on May 27, 2009

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Why does my dishwasher not close


Sounds like my daughter and her kids sitting on the door when its down. When lifted into position the latch no longer matches the"catch" It might require a little ingenuity to bend the door hinges back. it definitely sounds mechanical. Even a pro wouldn't let you watch how he bends that back. worse case scenario bite the bullet, call service tech, pay for labor AND parts (hinges or latch/catch) thinking again some of the older models (like cars) the latch is engaged and is waiting/depending on the opening of the door to change it's position. trying to shut it and a hard metal on metal clunck! might indicate a closed latch and not bent hinges... Good luck and give Fixya a bit of feed back~~~hope this helps---> S

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The thing that immediately comes to mind is a faulty door switch or latch. The door switch can be replaced and you might be ok. But the latch would be more tricky to check. Sometimes if dishwasher is not level or if the door springs are misalinged the door tends to slip and release the latch due to pressure. It works when you open and shut. But not sure about the night time cycle. That sounds a bit creepy if it starts again by itself. Why not put a tape around the door and then start. That will help eliminate the obvious ones. The other thing that exends dishwasher cycle time is the lack of adequate water temperature. Could be heater or thermostat or both.
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My Bosch Dishwasher door sticks shut at the end of the cycle. I can open and close it with ease during the cycle, but once it finishes I have to pull really hard to open it.


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Door or Lid Latch Assembly


If the door won't latch, the latch assembly might be defective. Inspect the latch assembly to see if it is cracked or worn out. The latch assembly is normally replaced all as one part.

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Door Hinge


If the door won't latch, one or more of the door hinges might be bent or broken. If the door hinges are not working properly the door won't close squarely and then the door won't latch.

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Door Catch


If the door won't latch, the door catch might be out of alignment or broken. If it appears to be OK, reposition it as needed. If appears broken it should be replaced.

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Door Lock


If the door won't latch, the door lock assembly might be defective. These are normally made of plastic and cannot be repaired. If the door won't latch and the door lock is broken, replace it.

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Door Latch


If the door won't latch, the door latch assembly might be defective. These are normally made of plastic and cannot be repaired. If the door won't latch and the door latch is broken, replace it.

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Door Strike


If the door won't latch, the door strike might be defective. These are normally made of plastic or metal and cannot be repaired. If the door won't latch and the door strike is broken, replace it.
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Door or Lid Latch Assembly


If the door won't latch, the latch assembly might be defective. Inspect the latch assembly to see if it is cracked or worn out. The latch assembly is normally replaced all as one part.

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Door Hinge


If the door won't latch, one or more of the door hinges might be bent or broken. If the door hinges are not working properly the door won't close squarely and then the door won't latch.

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Door Catch


If the door won't latch, the door catch might be out of alignment or broken. If it appears to be OK, reposition it as needed. If appears broken it should be replaced.

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Door Lock


If the door won't latch, the door lock assembly might be defective. These are normally made of plastic and cannot be repaired. If the door won't latch and the door lock is broken, replace it.

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Door Latch


If the door won't latch, the door latch assembly might be defective. These are normally made of plastic and cannot be repaired. If the door won't latch and the door latch is broken, replace it.

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Door Strike


If the door won't latch, the door strike might be defective. These are normally made of plastic or metal and cannot be repaired. If the door won't latch and the door strike is broken, replace it.
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Try to release it with a screwdriver.

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