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Fault indicator on Asko D-3250 (heavy wash/ too much water has en

Hello,
I have an Asko d-3250 that will not fill and the fault indicator is saying too high a water level. The pump will actually run when the door is open at times. I replaced the water inlet valve thinking that was the problem, but it did not help. Any ideas?
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The float switch must be stuck the up position or water inside the pan or a bad float switch..

hope it helps.... if NOT let me know more about your problem...

Posted on Sep 26, 2009

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SOURCE: Asko D3530 water inlet fault code, water valve is

Hello,

It is common for these valves to "appear" to be ok, meaning they begin to allow water into the unit, but then one of the two coils or plungers inside fail, or are clogged with mineral deposit from the water or other debris.

Change the valve and you should be fine. part #1164471, you can find it at select parts depots or on-line retailers like repairclinic.com etc.

** Hire a pro or make sure to use a good replacement clamp on the fill line to the tub when you replace the valve, as well as some plumbers puddy/tape on the inlet fitting. Those little buggers have alot of water pressure going thru them when they open and I've seen them come off or leak due to insufficient fastening/loose clamps, then your machine goes into "flood mode".**

Asko seems to be repeating their past. On the earlier DW95 series (mid 90's to around 2000ish) they had a dual valve inlet which had a single valve rework issued to repair the faulty dual valves, now it looks like they're doing it again. Go figure.

Hope that helps, let me know.

Good Luck :)

Posted on Oct 28, 2009

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SOURCE: my asko dw 3250 is

Please refer the user manual for your model.

The 2 flashing lights you have mean the drain is blocked.

See page 13 of manual for possible ways of cleaning the drain.

Please post a comment to confirm if you were able to clear the fault or not.

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My Asko 3250 worked fine till today. The drain turns on, then the water fills, and then I hear clicks, and then nothing. When the lid is opened, the water inlet fault flashes and it won't go past...


The click is for the motor to start up and so when you do not hear the motor and pump working this needs to be probed. The cycle seems to start off well, the inlet works to open andlet water into the washer. Now check the voltage at the pump while the relay clicks. If there is supply without action then the pump /motor is faulty. If not there is fault in the program controller or relay contacts.
You need to use a multimeter to check the voltages if you are familiar with the circuits.
This will confirm if the motor is good or the pump is working.

Apr 28, 2011 | Asko 24 in. D3250 Built-in Dishwasher

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I have an ASKO D3250 and it sounds like the pump is continuously trying to grind food, or something like that - it is quite loud - and it never begins the wash - no water is pumped. I checked the manual...


if no water is entering the machine the problem is not going to be in the pump the noise you hear is the pump running with too litle water check for power at the water valve if proper voltage is present you have a faulty or plugged valve if no power check the float switch it is there to keep the dishwasher from over filling it may be stuck in the over fill position which would explain the fault code you mentioned . try to reset it and test .

Mar 15, 2011 | Asko 24 in. D3250 Built-in Dishwasher

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I have a asko d1976 and it does not get enough water in but when i manually put water in it works normally could it be some sort of blockage i have never put cleaner through the machine until now


Hello Steven,

Welcome to FixYa.

I won't be available for the rest of the evening, ( it's getting late here and I'm crabbing a snack and calling it quits until morning, but this should get you started.


Based on your description...and provided the dishwasher is indeed 1. an Asko D1796 ( the FI just means it's "fully integrated" ) and 2. is filling with some water ( just not enough ), washing, heating and draining without any error codes...It sounds like a faulty fill valve/water valve unfortunately.

First though, you can perform a diagnostic/fault trace program by following the steps below. You should hear the valve starting once the unit has started filling with water.

You'll need to be familiar with the control layout for the test to begin. This is how the buttons/display is identified in the diagnostic...

macmarkus_287.jpg


Now you can enter the fault trace by way of the following sequence....

macmarkus_288.jpg


Obviously based on the instructions if you push S3 the valve should open and allow water into the tub, this image below indicates the normal water level to look for when filling in the normal cycle NOT FAULT TRACING...Fault trace will fill until you stop it.

macmarkus_289.jpg


This unfortunately is common with Asko built dishwasher`s, but it can be fairly easily repaired with a little direction/know-how.

**First turn off the water and the power to the dishwasher...safety first**


You should only need to remove the toe panel/kick plate at the bottom and of course turn your water and power off, undo the water line at the valve,

i.e.

macmarkus_290.jpg



...remove the two torx screws ( large arrow ) and then the delivery hose at the back of the valve ( small arrow ) and install the new one.

The new valve is part # 8801351 and available at on-line parts depot "repairclinic.com" for about $170USD last time I looked.

Let me know what you find and I'll try and help you move forward from there...you may opt to call in a pro but that's up to you.

I'll watch for your reply.

Regards,

Macmarkus :)

Feb 23, 2011 | Asko D1796FI Built-in Dishwasher

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D1876 Asko dishwasher doesn't fill. It runs fine if I manually fill the unit with a couple of pitchers of water. Likely culprits seem to be a faulty water level sensor or water fill valve. Any...


Hello,

Welcome to FixYa.

Based on your description and provided the dishwasher is indeed 1) an Asko D1876 and 2) not filling with water...It sounds like a faulty fill valve/water valve unfortunately.

First though, you can perform a diagnostic/fault trace program by following the steps below. You should hear the valve starting once the unit has started filling with water.


You'll need to be familiar with the control layout for the test to begin. This is how the buttons/display is identified in the diagnostic...

macmarkus_287.jpg


Now you can enter the fault trace by way of the following sequence....

macmarkus_288.jpg


Obviously based on the instructions if you push S3 the valve should open and allow water into the tub, this image below indicates the normal water level to look for when filling in the normal cycle NOT FAULT TRACING...Fault trace will fill until you stop it.

macmarkus_289.jpg


This unfortunately is common with Asko built dishwasher`s, but it can be fairly easily repaired with a little direction/know-how.

**First turn off the water and the power to the dishwasher...safety first**


You should only need to remove the toe panel/kick plate at the bottom and of course turn your water and power off, undo the water line at the valve,

i.e.

macmarkus_290.jpg



...remove the two torx screws ( large arrow ) and then the delivery hose at the back of the valve ( small arrow ) and install the new one.

The new valve is part # 8801351 and available at on-line parts depot "repairclinic.com" for about $170USD last time I looked.

Let me know what you find and I'll try and help you move forward from there...you may opt to call in a pro but that's up to you.

I'll watch for your reply.

Regards,

Macmarkus :)

Jan 30, 2011 | Asko D1876 Dishwasher

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Asko D3530 water inlet fault code, water valve is on, water comes in but after water comes in for a couple of minutes we get a (inlet water fault code) check power at circulating pump no 120v unit will not...


Hello,

It is common for these valves to "appear" to be ok, meaning they begin to allow water into the unit, but then one of the two coils or plungers inside fail, or are clogged with mineral deposit from the water or other debris.

Change the valve and you should be fine. part #1164471, you can find it at select parts depots or on-line retailers like repairclinic.com etc.

** Hire a pro or make sure to use a good replacement clamp on the fill line to the tub when you replace the valve, as well as some plumbers puddy/tape on the inlet fitting. Those little buggers have alot of water pressure going thru them when they open and I've seen them come off or leak due to insufficient fastening/loose clamps, then your machine goes into "flood mode".**

Asko seems to be repeating their past. On the earlier DW95 series (mid 90's to around 2000ish) they had a dual valve inlet which had a single valve rework issued to repair the faulty dual valves, now it looks like they're doing it again. Go figure.

Hope that helps, let me know.

Good Luck :)

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see if there is a blockage in the level switch. the switch operates on air pressure within the dip tube and the diaphragm in the switch. there may be a spider's nest in the tube or a wasp's nest in the tube.

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