Question about Belling 24 in. IDW602 Built-in Dishwasher
I have a Belling IDW602 Dishwasher and when trying to operate it I cannot get it to. When I open the door and switch the power on with the power switch, the green cycle in progress light stays on , I shut the door and nothing happens. Even if a turn off the start stop button and switch on again, the cycle in progress light stays on. I have completely unhooked the power supply overnight and reapplyed it in the morning and then switched the start button on again - still the fault persists. Can you help in any way.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Belling IDW 603 dishwasher
You can cancel the programme at any point by holding down the last button on the right hand side for about 10 seconds until it clears (its the same button you use to get it going again when you open up the door).
Posted on May 11, 2008
are you sure it is the board at fault, not justv the door catch? (as the door wont open). If the dishwasher believes it has just finished a cycle and the door has not yet been opened it will not let you change the program.
I had this same problem so I hooked an allen key around the back of the white door catch and pulled it into the unlocked position with a pair of pliers. Has worked fine since but every now and then the catch will pop back into the locked position when the door is opened.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
SOURCE: belling dishwasher IDW604
there is a small plastic catch in the door side of lock which loks arround the bar on the washer side of the lock somtimes it stays in you can click it out with a knife or simillar sould work fine after that
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
I just had the same problem - which is how I came across your question. The spring in the mechanism had snapped and so it would not lock shut.
I have ordered a part from Belling online. I have already taken it apart and it seems straightforward.
One thing I would recommend - remove the outer facing panel first as it is very heavy. You will then find you only need to remove the top black section - make sure you turn the electricity off first and watch out for residual electricity in the control panel.
The part cost £16 with delivery. Should arrive in the next couple of days.
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
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