Question about Asko 24 in. D3350 Dishwasher
Hey it's Christmas Eve, and guess which wonderful appliance decided to suddenly become incontinent? :D
Regardless of cycle, water is leaking from the underside of the unit almost immediately when the cycle starts. I've checked hoses and they all seem fine. The leaks appear to be coming from the front at first, just underneath the warning label behind the removable cover. Then a few minutes later, from a rubber nozzle at the back just to the left of the water intake hose connections. Does anyone know what this black rubber nosel on the underside is?
We've had this dishwasher for 4 years and it worked perfectly the first 3, but in the last 8 months has had nothing but problems; overfill F2 error then F4, cycles not completing or giving up, etc. Out of the 12 repair visits from 2 different companies, they've replaced hoses, seals and even the control circuit at the front (a $300 part!).
I'm resigned to the unit never working up to par again, but it never used to leak everywhere - that's a new one!
Any advice would be much appreciated given, you know, impending holiday meals and all...
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Posted on Mar 02, 2008
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