Question about Dishwashers
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You will need to remove the bottom panel of the unit below the door that exposess the motor and the electrical along with water hook up. Now you will nee to manually go through the cylces (or let the machine cycle) to rinse. Once in the rinse cycle you should have heard the selinoid activate to drain the water. This selinoid click and pulls an arm down when in drain mode if you are looking under the unit you will either hear it or see this activate. If not then the selinoid is out, if you hear it activat then you need to look at the back of the motor to see if the motor itself is turning. You should be able to see the fins on the back of the motor turn once it goes into drain cycle. If you do not see the motor fins turning (you have to look through the vent slots located on the back of the motor) you acan take a small slotted head screwdriver and with the power off, you can insert this screwdriver into the vent holes in the back of the motor to spin (or move) the motor fins. If they do not move freely then the motor itself is froze up in that case a new one is needed. If the spin then try your drain cycle again since you may have unfroze the drain motor.
Good luck hope this helped
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
You most likely have a leaking bottom spray arm. The water is in the pan under your unit. It requires dealer service. If you are still in your 3-year warranty, good; otherwise be prepared to put out hundreds of dollars. I'm going though this now for a second time on my $1600 D3251. Asko did grant a one-time extension on my warranty since it expired a month ago. In 6 months when it breaks again, I'll buy a Bosch. I also had this same problem on a previous Asko. I can't get more than 3 years out of these units, so this is my last Asko. When it breaks again, I'll go with Bosch. Good Luck.
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
SOURCE: we have Asko d3251 dishwasher.
Hello Imaries. THat grinding noise is the dishwasher's transmission going bad. This is an expensive part and an even more expensive service call. If you are under warranty, call and get an estimate. Sometimes, even when the warranty covers the part it is still wiser to replace rather than repair. The best news is that the new dishwashers are the best ever made. Quieter, less electricity used, less water used, and THE cleanest dishes ever. Joe
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Posted on Nov 17, 2010
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