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Asko 1585 wash cycle goes continuously until manually shut off

We have a Asko 1585 that once you set a normal wash cycle going it will just
continue washing and rinsing ( sometimes well over 2 hours ) until you
shut it off manually. Seems the unit may be repeating the cycle over
and over again. I have set it for no extra cycles but that didnt help.
Is there a master reset code that or just the codes in the manual or
can anyone suggest a solution ?

Thanks, Jim email jimrfox@rogers.com

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    my dishwasher want stop running even with the door open

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It may be a heating problem,does it get hot at all, or over heat.may be a thermistor fault.remove the door skin and see if rinse aid has leaked onto the wiring.or the board itself cauld be faulty,but are very expensive.hope this helps.

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