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Have F1 error code on ASKO dishwasher 1885. Told about recall 2007but no parts available unless on line. Managed to find heating element and replaced but still F1 code comes up at end of cycle?? What

Replaced Heating element part # 8057077 still get F1 error code? What other parts (part #'s) may be involved?

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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)

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wow, good move with the heating element. most folks don't know about how that relates. if that stuff is good, it must be the timer. or at least the small motor which turns the timer. good luck

Posted on Nov 08, 2009

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SOURCE: Water not heating. Element replaced with new but still no joy.

The water is heated via a "inductive heater" and not the usual heating elements. This heating device is at the bottom back of the dishwasher and is a cyliderical +/- 15 cm long metal tube. It can easly be removed by the wire clamps at each end. It does have electrical push on connector that just plugs out. If the electrical connections are good I suggest you replace it with a new one (if you can get one).

Posted on Jan 17, 2010

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Hi there i have found out that error 4 mean's two many soap suds and ths washer thinks there's two much water. Try less soap and clean the filters.

Posted on Mar 13, 2010

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Hi,

I have an older dishwasher also and recently my wife also complained about it not cleaning right... so me being the man I am tried in vain to clean the things...

Bought new spray arms online and installed them in minutes...now the thing works like new...

However I have also found that if the heating element goes bad then that also can mess things up bad...

So I would buy new spray arms, and also check out the heating element to make sure it is working...


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