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Asko 1385: 13 year old dishwasher stops during cycle. If you push on the middle of the door it starts again. It is like the latch is not working properly but by all appearances the latch works fine. Troubleshooting ideas?

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When you latch the door it closes the circuit.
you may have to open the casing of the door to access the switch. it may be stuck or defective.

Posted on May 15, 2010

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Hello and welcome to fixya. Based on your description and trusting it is indeed an Asko 1776 I'd suspect you have a door switch "accuator" sticking ( control pin as identified by Asko. pin part #80 575 42, switch part # 80 554 73 ). This has been a random occurance with Asko dishwasher's since they went to this design around 1994 or so. If the dishwasher doesn't stop when you open the door as you stated, here's a possible remedy you can try on your own. Make sure the unit is off first. **Turn the breaker off at your home service panel before attempting any service suggested here on 'fixya"...safety first" This procedure I'm going to suggest can be done easiest and more accurately by removing the door panel & control panel for better access as well as to visually inspect other component. It is quite involved though so I recommend calling in an authorized Asko tech. It can also be done without removing the panels by identifying the small round "pin" in the the door latch channel ( where the latch goes into the door when closed ) and with the aid of a small screwdriver, tooth-pick, paper clip or hair-pin etc. Add some vasiline or grease to the top of the pin working it in via pushing the pin up & down...I recommend removing the panels though. To do this... Open the door and along the both sides and the top you'll see "T20" torx head screws, there are also two in the middle of the inside door panel near the bottom. Remove just the screws for the door skin/panel first, three on each side and the two in the middle as I mentioned. This next part can be tricky and you must also be careful as the edges of these panels are sharp ( auto-mechanics protective gloves are good for this ). Once you've removed the screws from the panel, it should create a small gap at the bottom of the door where the inner and outer panels meet. with a free hand reach in and push the plastic condensation vent away from the slot in the bottom of the door and then push up on the middle door panel attachment ( the piece with two screws removed ) up as you pull the panel away from the door. Now the panel should come off. Now you need to remove the control panel/user interface panel. This should be relatively easy after what you've just managed to do. Remove the remaining "T20" torx head screws for the control panel and it should come off with little effort. Once off you can see the micro-switch and the small "pin" I was referring to earlier much easier. Apply some grease or silicone lube to the shaft of the pin/accuator and work it in really thoroughly. Re-attach just the control panel part of the door and you can test it before putting it back together entirely. Let me know if you require further assistance. Thanks for coming to fixya, please take a moment to rate the help you received. Good luck. Macmarkus :)

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