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There may be excess water in the water reservoir. Empty the washer Turn it off at the mains, and unplug it, then put some old towels on the floor, tip the washer forward until the excess water comes out, Reconnect and try again. Hope this helps it works for me and saves ££££'s in repair fees
Try opening the bottom vent panel and pulling out the filter box (there are directions and handles)... hold the filter under running hot water for a while and you should see all this nasty stuff come out. Worked for me!
The "F7" code means that the drain is blocked. To remove items from the drain: 1.Turn power to unit off. 2. Remove the "Coarse Filter" by squeezing the tabs together and lifting out. 3. Remove the "Fine Filter" and "Main Filter" by removing the screws around the filters and lifting them out. 4.Remove the small black adapter piece and check the sump area for debris. 5.Wash the filters out gently with hot, soapy water. DO NOT RUN THE UNIT WITHOUT THE FILTERS IN PLACE! 6.Replace the black adapter piece to its original position FIRST (Important!). 7.Replace the filters in reverse order of removal and turn the unit back on. The error code should reset and work normally. *In areas with hard-water, the filters should be removed every 8-12 months and submerged in a chemical solution (CLR or LimeAway) to remove mineral deposits. Hope this helps...
Our Asko D1796 dishwasher has the lights on the panel working as usual but you can't select a cycle and it won't turn on. We unplugged the pipe. If we turn it off and wait for 12+ hours we have gotten it to work twice.
It sounds as if you may have A bad control board. It could be causing the heater element to come on when its not supposed to (usually a stuck relay) and not filling the machine with water. you could also have a bad control board AND a bad fill valve, as a stuck relay for the heater shouldn't affect the fill valve circuit. The bad news is that these asko control boards are $350 to $450 for just the part, the good news is that the control board is under a 5 year warranty (for only the part, not the labor to change it) as are the pump motors and any timers. Also, if you are just out of warranty, find your date of installation, as asko warranties start when you install it, not when you buy it (if you moved into the house and it was there when you moved in, and you are the first owner, submit a date of occupancy and that's when your warranty started)