Question about Asko Dishwashers
means that the rotor (PN 525884P) is sensed to not be turning, It could
be a small piece of food debris, a tiny fragment of a shell or broken
glass, has gotten lodged in the wash impeller, or it could be a seized
bearing. The buzzing sound is most likely a burr on the lower portion of
the wash rotor.
Remove the rack, then the filter plate (the large silver plate with all the holes in it), and then the wash impeller (the blue finned "fan" in the middle). While looking at the lower rotor, be sure that its fins are crisp and sharp with no flashing or burrs.
Remove burrs with a razor blade. Does the fan spin freely? If not, try a few drops of lubricating oil on the bearings while working the rotor back and forth trying to free it up. Is there anything in the cup that would prevent the rotor from turning? (fragment of glass, shell, etc)..
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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