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you have removed the leg to replace the water pump impeller
the leg has the selector rod for the forward and reverse action
as the direction selection is a simple dog that moves forward or back to connect the spur gears and it was working before you pulled the leg off , then I am thinking that when the leg was reassembled that the selector was in a wrong position and now you are only moving it in one direction neutral or reverse instead of the 3 positions forward neutral reverse
nothing else can change except where the rod connects in the leg
Restriction before pump impeller or clogged impeller.
Dirty skimmer basket, not enough water in pool, stuck weir gate in up position, plugged pipe coming into pump, if in ground pool, then yes,the pipe underground.
It is not a restriction after the pump like dirty filter. If it was, pressure will rise!
Make sure that the unit have adequate ventilation at the back , move the unit forward a few inches ( in your direction , standing in front of it) Make sure the unit don't touch anything surrounding it ..
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If your Swimming Pool or Spa Pump Motor is humming and/or has very little or no water flow, please follow the following directions.
1) Remove the pump motor from the system.
2) Disassemble the front half of the Pump Pot Housing from the back half.
3) Check for any foreign obstructions which would jam the Impeller and remove it
4) Next, inspect the Pump Motor Impeller itself. (This is a high suspect part). See if there is any sign of wear or breakage. (This happens over time from debris in the water passing over the impeller). If so, your Impeller is damaged and requires replacement.
5) Next, remove the cover from the rear of the Pump Motor. Using a large standard blade, (straight), screwdriver or wrench... turn the main motor shaft. Listen for grinding and/or rumbling and feel for any restrictions while turning. If you hear or feel either, your bearings and/or brushes are damaged and need replacement.
If everything seems to be in good working order, then you need a new pump... not just replacement parts.
your pump is not moving water you first want to check the skimmer and
pump baskets and make sure they are empty as not to restrict water flow.
Next make sure your pool filter is clean. Once you have checked these,
you may want to check the pump impeller. This is the part in the pump
that is connected to the motor that moves the water. Impellers will clog
from time to time, especially during the springtime. To inspect the
impeller, you will need to open the pump, to see inside of the impeller
housing or volute.
sounds like you might have a switch problem if the memory for seat position works ok. If you have a multimeter that checks for continuity then you could start there at the switch but you would also need a wiring diagram for the seats
Based on your description and provided the dishwasher is indeed 1) an Asko D1716 and 2) filling with water, draining, heating, but not dissolving the detergent, it often is a busted wash impeller within the main motor/circulation pump. Unfortunately the impeller itself is not serviceable, the entire motor/pump must be replaced if indeed it is broke. Here's something you can try first though, this will indicate if the unit is circulating the water properly. Try placing both spray arms at 12 o'clock position and placing a cup upright in the top rack. If the arms move and the cup fills, you've got circulation...if neither, you don't. Also be sure the unit is actually filling with water, this image below indicates the normal water level to look for....
Let me know what you find and I'll try and help you move forward from there. If you need direction to remove the circulation motor and pump I can do that, but it is a pretty involved repair and requires pulling the unit from the cabinet. Check those other possibilities first and tell me what you find.
Check to make sure you have no restrictions in the drain hose, and it has a loop in the hose like a horse shoe where the highest point of the hose loop is about in the middle of the drum.Shake the hose and listen for coins or foreign objects to make sure it is clean. Do you hear the pump motor during the drain cycle? Unplug the unit and remove the hose clamp next to the coin catch which looks like a rubber boot. Make sure the coin catch is clean and the impeller on the pump can move freely. If the impeller cannotmove order a pump ($60.00).Last you will need to check to see if you have voltageon the pump during the drain cycle. If you do not order a pump and replace it.
It sounds like you may have a faulty fill valve or a stuck motor impeller. I guess the first obvious question is, Does the unit fill with water ? If no and it hums, faulty fill valve or water supply is off.
If it does fill with water does the humming begin after it has filled, and if so has the unit recently been idle for a period of time...say a couple of weeks or so ? If yes, the wash impeller has become stuck and there is a simply resolution for Bosch dishwashers, it's a common occurrence.
These are relevant questions and can point directly to the problem if you want to reply I can help you move forward.
Let me know what you find and I'll try to assist you in any manner I can going forward.
You need to check your impeller and your axle bearings. To check the pool cleaners impeller, make sure that the transformer is unplugged to prevent electrical shock. Take the top grill off by removing the 2 screws from the top. Remove any debris that you find and replace the grill. Secondly, check all of the axles and the wheels for debris, hair, or lint that would restrict movement. Make sure that you do not force the wheels. If you aren't able to fix it with these solutions, it could be your gear box or another electronic section of the cleaner. You will need to have it services professionally.