Question about Asko D3251 24 inch Fully Integrated Built-In Dishwasher
I noticed the rinse aid lid was warped and I opened it. Rinse aid keeps becoming granulated at top and clogs up part where you adjust the setting. I am assuming the rinse aid is released below somewhere (and not near the lid), but I am unsure how to access this to check for a clog down there. I did replace the warped lid. The whole rinse aid compartment appears to be bulging, as if the rinse aid is trying to come out, but can't the way it should. I believe this occurred when I set the setting to MAX to hopefully unclog the unit. I do not believe the bulging has hurt the unit, just made it a bit unsightly. The compartment is 95%+ empty at this time, although the refill rinse aid light still has not come on and has not come on at any time since the dispenser was replaced shortly after I bought the dishwasher years ago. The original dispenser did have a working refill light, although it was slow to respond to an empty dispenser. Any way for a DIYer to fix this without ordering a new dispenser? If not, how would I go about installing the new dispenser? I assume the inner panel must come off? Thank you for your help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Asko model 1385 dishwasher.
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Do you know if your dishwasher is draining into a food disposer/garberator, or directly into your home plumbing ?
This is key to providing an accurate and detailed repair solution so please let me know, as for the water coming out onto the floor, the back-up would explain this as would the unit now not filling as the safety overfill has been activated.
I'll watch for your reply and we can move forward from there.
Posted on Dec 24, 2010
SOURCE: Asko Dishwasher Model 1375.
If the drawer does not open at all, then the problem is the drawer mechanism itself or the detergent drawer switch connected to the electroni control module. In that case the door must be taken apart to test and eventually replace the part. The switch can be tested energizing it and observing the action on drawer. Most dishwashers use a low voltage mechanism. Please refer to service manual for specific model. Most drawers are operated by a U or L shaped metal spring installed in the drawer. Check that the spring is well in place.
If the drawer releases too late and/or tablet does not dissolve, then the switch may be OK, but the drawer may be obstructed by baskets, the detergent may be incorrect, or the water may not be heating or filling. In that case follow the indications here: The soap dispenser drawer.
If the door opens manually, then it is either a basket obstructing the door, or more likely the door dispenser drawer microswitch is not working. Ensure also that the door is closing well and that machine is filling with water. If the machine is not running the cycle problem is different.
To find parts and diagrams try entering the full model number (as pinted in the service tag located on the appliance) in the websites listed at the link below (US appliances only):
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Posted on Jan 15, 2011
Most likely it's a corroded door catch or a bad solenoid. Hopefully it's not the main control board. You'll need a repair manual or technician. A work around would be to use detergent tablets in the compartment
Posted on Mar 02, 2012
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I see that you are having an issue with your rinse aid dispenser not adding rinse aid into your Frigidaire dishwasher. You may need to run hot water into your dispenser to help clear out any dirt or clogs within your dispenser. If that does not help I would recommend making sure the water temperature inside your dishwasher is at 120 degrees. If the water is not at the correct temperature it will not allow proper dispensing of the rinse aid. You may also want to check the filter at the bottom of your dishwasher to assure that it has been cleaned out and is not distributing dirt or debris inside of your dishwasher. I would also recommend checking the spray arms to make sure they are not dirty and spray water evenly. You can clean them out using a pipe cleaner. I hope this information is helpful to you. -Matt
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Check the rinse aid indicator beside the rinse aid dispenser cap. If the indicator window is clear, refill the dispenser. The dishwasher will retain moisture and the heat dry option will not perform properly without rinse aid. Turn the dispenser cap clockwise and lift it up to remove it. Pour rinse aid into the dispenser until the indicator appears full. Place the dispenser cap over the dispenser and turn it counterclockwise to tighten it.
Load the dishes properly so that all dishes can drain after the rinse cycle. Do not overload the dishwasher. Towel-dry plastic dishes because they will not dry completely during the dry cycle.
Select the heated dry option on the dishwasher. The air-dry and energy-saving dry options will not perform as well as the heated dry.
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