Question about Asko D1706 Built-in Dishwasher
Water wont go on, i think it my be the solinoid valve,but if there are other things that could be causing the problem id love to know. thanx dave
Our D1706 dishwasher had similar problems to the above - would not go through its normal cycle because the drain had clogged. I have just fixed it by removing the 550mm by 130mm access panel at the lower-back of the machine. This is done by removing four tamper-proof screws - a six pointed star screwdriver bit is needed. Then old towels were used to soak up all the water lying in the bottom of the machine. I then used a hacksaw to convert the tamper proof screws so that a normal blade screwdriver may be used in future.
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
i used a shop vack to remove the water in the pan and it fixed the problem.
The problem was caused by the drain pipe of the dishwasher that was clogged.
Posted on May 22, 2008
Check if there is water on the bottom pan. Remove the panel down on the backside of the machine and look. If it's water there, wipe it well up with a towel or so.
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
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