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sounds like your main circulation pump is not working, if it is humming when it is supposed to start, sounds like it is getiing power, so probably not the control circuits, can you measure voltage to pump? if you are getting 120 there, probably pump motor is dead
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... Now you can enter the fault trace by way of the following sequence.... 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. 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. ...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.
The F2 lights blink due to a water senser in the compartment where the motors are located. Remove the bottom kick panel and other covers to access this area of the unit. Unplug the unit before working in this area as wires are abundant. Check the pan to see if water is present. Dry out the pan with a towel and then maybe a hairdryer to clear the F2 alarm. The real questions is what caused the water to be there. Start a cycle and watch to see if there are any leaks on the inlet water line. If not, let the unit run and see when water enters the pan. If it enters during the washing cycle, a gasket leak is likely. If it enters during the drain cycle, perhaps a drain hose is leaking.
I'm not sure about that model, but on an older one, just under the drain area there is a piece os styrofoam attached to a switch. I guess if it rises it activates the circuit. Problem is if it drys it sticks, so push it down with your hand gently. This involves taking off that bottom kickplate area, but that's the only way in there.
it sound like you need a new pcb,if the dispenser is making a buzzing sound,then thats it remove the control panel and see if the tracking is burnt anywhere,also replace the wax motor on the drying vent.