Question about Asko D1716 Built-in Dishwasher
I would suggest that your flood switch has been activated. There is a float on the bottom plate or base plate of the machine. If there is a water leak, the float rises and triggers the flood switch.
Once the switch has been activated, the machine will go on a continous pump.
Disconnect the power and the hoses from the machine. Pull the machine out and lay it on its back.
If there has been a leak, you will notice water pouring out the back.
See if you can open the bottom plate, and reset the floater and flood switch. Sometimes you can access this by openning the front kick plate or front bottom plate.
Try the machine again. Leave the front bottom plate out and look into the bottom as the machine is working. If you have a water leak, this will happen again and you may be able to notice where the leak is from.
Be carful not to touch the live wiring while you are monitoring the machine.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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