Our power flcked on an off a few times. Now my Asko dishwaser starts and immediatly stops. A squirt of water comes out before it goes off. I cannot make any changes on the board. Did something get fryed or can I just reset something?
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Re: asko dishwasher starts and immediatly stops
thanks for the clarification. Having this info, I am not sure this model is as the post indicates - "1595". Is it possibly a 1473 or 1474 model with a power button by the door handle ? If so, that is the most common problem with that style Asko. The contacts inside the button make momentary contact & then stop which requires replacing tge switch. Let me know if it is indeed one of these models or confirm what model number it is ok ?
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here is a site with the fault codes and how to check for them.
To start the trouble-shooting programme, press the
Temperature selection button five time within 15 seconds. code chart info click on the link below.. Jay Asko D1796 Use And Care Manual Fault Indications
The thing that immediately comes to mind is a faulty door switch or latch. The door switch can be replaced and you might be ok. But the latch would be more tricky to check. Sometimes if dishwasher is not level or if the door springs are misalinged the door tends to slip and release the latch due to pressure. It works when you open and shut. But not sure about the night time cycle. That sounds a bit creepy if it starts again by itself. Why not put a tape around the door and then start. That will help eliminate the obvious ones. The other thing that exends dishwasher cycle time is the lack of adequate water temperature. Could be heater or thermostat or both.
You should be able to stroll through the parts by selecting categories on this site. http://www.repairclinic.com/Shop-For-Parts/a9b126d867701/Model-D3251White-Asko-Dishwasher-Parts
Howdy. I suspect a power surge went through your machine and fried its itsy bitsy brain.Its time for a new one unless you have a good supplier and serviceman who will replace the control unit. Get an estimate with a closed top cost before you agree.
This is a on going problem with asko and they keep jerking everyone around with this defect. I had a repair person come over and used a turkey baster with a 7" rubber hose attached to the end of the baster. He took off the kick plate and inserted the hose end in the overflow tray and pull about of 12 onces of water from the tray. He is a asko repair facility and says it is a comon problem and has made the repair solution on his own as it is easier then taking the hole dishwaser out and tip it on the side just to drain the water. This has been on going for 3 years and each time i called asko it was like i was the only person having such a problem. I now do this every 3 months and the problem is on going. What a piece of junk. Purchased at Marcellas appliances in Schenectady,NY. They also know how to avoid the problem in fact there repair person left out most of the screws so the next time it would take less time to drain the water. DDDDDont buy ASKO. Michael Foote
We were told by an ASKO technician that it has something to do with a balance issue. You could try tilting the machine forward (make sure you've removed side screws into walls first though otherwise you could damage the cupboards).
What you are describing is called an overfill. Sometimes programming, soap usage or installation can cause this. ASKO Customer Service will be able to give you troubleshooting tips and will most likely be able to fix this issue right over the phone as this is typically an easy fix. You can contact the ASKO Customer Care Group at 1-800-898-1879. They are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for your convenience.
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