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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Beko Freestanding Dishwasher
Hi there ....this condition is ususally caused by a water leak into the sump of the dishwasher which activates a safety switch to run the drain pump..preventing the appliance from being used....Remedy...tip the dishwasher back in the head allowing excess water to exit from the sump...then with the door open check that the air vent lock ring is secure, thet the salt unit retaining ring is secure..and finally that the filter unit to base screws are secure...this done re-start and you should b fine
Posted on Jan 05, 2007
SOURCE: Teka Dishwasher DW6 59 FI
Because the timer controls many operations, a faulty timer can cause many problems. The timer is a complex component, so you shouldn't attempt a do-it-yourself repair. Test the timer with a VOM set to the RX1 scale. To gain access to the timer, remove the front control panel. The timer is directly behind the main timer control knob. Disconnect one of the timer's terminal wires and clip one probe of the VOM to each terminal. If the meter reads zero, the timer is working. If the meter reads higher than zero, the timer is faulty and should be replaced.
If possible, use the same procedure to test the selector and cycle switches. The wiring hookup, however, may be too complicated to figure out on either of these switches. If you aren't sure you can deal with these switches, call a professional service person. Replace a faulty timer -- or a faulty control switch -- with a new one made for the dishwasher.
The timer is connected to several wires that supply power to operate the various functions of the dishwasher. To replace the timer, have a helper hold the new timer next to the old one. Connect the wires of the new timer one by one, removing the old wire and connecting the new, to make sure you connect the wires correctly. The wires may be friction-fit on the terminals. If they are, use long-nosed pliers to remove the wires. Don't pull up on the wires, or you may break the connection between the wires and the clips.
After connecting the wires, set the new timer in position, secure it the way the old one was secured, and replace the control panel and knobs.
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
Hi, it's most likely pausing in wash cycle because it is not heating, most
d/w timers will loose power to the timer motor until the wash tub has
reached a desired temperature, if its not heating the water it will not
advance, although it still could be the timer it self but most likely a
faulty heater element or thermostat, does the timer advance at all?
If so where timer dial pauses (gets stuck) open door and check water temp (just feel) and close door give it 10Min's or a bit more and water should get alot hotter (anywhere from 45°c to 75°c) note if it is hot fill water may be hot but not hot enough to trigger temp thermostat to activate timer, if your handy and can see its not heating try to check the Resistance of thermos and heater
Posted on Jun 27, 2011
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