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Asko 1805 - all idnicator lamps blinking

All indicator lamps are blinking indicating high water level according to the manual.
ive cleaned the strainers and filters and tested the pump by bucketing in water which it pumps out OK but the lights continue to flash.
what to do next?
thanks
Patrick

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  • Anonymous Apr 28, 2008

    The same as the other user. The manual says that I can reach the outlet pump inside the machine by removing the coarse & fine stainers, the small cover in the bottom of hole and then rach the pump wing and remove eventual dirt. I am not sure what the pump wing is as the manual doesn't say. Any suggestions? I have tried using the sink suction pump to remove any airlock but this hasn't worked.

  • Anonymous May 05, 2008

    the disposal became clogged, and i believe during the process of discovering my clog i back washed water into the dishwasher activating the high water "overfill protection device" water will not enter the machine but the pump continues to run and all lights are blinking and F2 is showing on the panel indicating hight water . How do I reset this device? ASKO mod 1885

  • Anonymous Dec 14, 2008

    I had the same problem with my Asko 1585. Our old garbage disposal and the Asko stopped working the same day. I had already bought a new disposal, so went ahead and put it in, and it worked fine. But the Asko...

    MY SOLUTION:

    I then got my wet-dry shop-vac and made sure all the water was out that I could get. Turned on the Asko again and it appeared to be continuing a pre-running cycle, so I left it and went to bed. Next morning, I still had the solid line of flashing lights with the pump running ... problem not solved.

    It wasn't until a week later when I was pulling out the Asko to "look at it" that I remembered I had not removed the punch-out on the new disposal where the dishwasher connects to (it's there for those that do not hook up a dishwasher to the disposal). I removed it, put the entire setup back as it was, and am once again up and running as I should be.




  • saleivan Apr 18, 2009

    ASKO 1805 run without first running the Garbage DIsposal. Water level went high and leaked out the door seal and flooded kitch floor. Ran GD and machine pumps out but does not stop pumping and indicator lights continue to blink even with the door open...

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Searched some more on this site and found the following from a guest (thanks). It solved my problem, the base where all the electrics and plumbing is located had a pool of water. I had to pull the unit out as I could not access this area from the front.

This is a common problem with the Asko1805. The machine is equipped with overfill protection. Water has leaked through to the bottom pan and has triggered the overflow shutoff float. You must get the water out of the bottom of the dishwasher. Unscrew the kickplate and the metal cover to access the bottom of the machine where the pumps and motors reside. Use a sponge to slop up the water in the pan. Blow dry the bottom. The machine will reset itself as soon as the water is gone.

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