Question about Asko 1385 Dishwasher
The nachine does not fill when put on any of the wash cycles, but it does on the rinse cycle. I think the drain pump is kicking in and deactivating tha circulation pump, as if it thinks it is about to overflow. Does anyone know if there iss a trip switch or float mechanism anywhere that may be stuck or can be re-set?
There is a new part that replaces the Overfill Pressure Switch part number 8058474. It is now part number 8071024 available from ASKO part sellers. The hose inlet on the new part has what looks like a blockage. It actually "dampens" the effect of the pressure sent through the small hose attached. The old part does not have this "damper" This pressure switch works in conjunction with the flood protection switch in the bottom pan of the dishwasher.
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Posted on Feb 18, 2008
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