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If the pump is running check the pump for blockage

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Lights 1, 3 & 4 flashing implies it still full of water and won't continue the cycle because it hasn't pumped out the water. It's often caused by a blocked outlet hose at either the pump end or the sink end. Check the sink end first an ensure it clear but if not, empty out all the water, turn it upside down and remove the base cover. only about six screws. Unclip the hose at the pump end and ensure it's clear. Blow through it as hard as possible to test if the hose is clear. If this doesn't work, the pumps probably faulty and will need replacement. Unsure of the cost but it's nearly all plastic and very cheap looking!

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My Asko Dishwasher D1976 on the main panel all of the top lights are on and in the display window it flashes F2. The motor is on but nothing else is happening can you help. I have checked that drains are...


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Error F2 in asko dishwashers indicate high water level. This may happen due to plugged drain pump or due to faulty water inlet valve. To resolve the issue remove the back plate and check the drain pump. Disconnect the hoses from the drain pump and clear the lint from the hose and the pump area. Lot of water would be ther when you'll remove the hose from the pump, be ready to collect it. Let it dry and now the dishwasher will work perfectly now.

Hope it helps...

Daniel

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My asko dishwasher flashing F2. Can't stop it! What do I do! Thanks, Elva


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Error F2 in asko dishwashers indicate high water level. This may happen due to plugged drain pump or due to faulty water inlet valve. To resolve the issue remove the back plate and check the drain pump. Disconnect the hoses from the drain pump and clear the lint from the hose and the pump area. Lot of water would be ther when you'll remove the hose from the pump, be ready to collect it. Let it dry and now the dishwasher will work perfectly now.

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Do you hear the pump running? If so, the problem will be a blockage. Either inside the machine at the water outlet, at the pump or more likely in the outlet hose. Endeavor to ascertain that the outlet hose is completely clear.
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Error F2 in asko dishwashers indicate high water level. This may happen due to plugged drain pump or due to faulty water inlet valve. To resolve the issue remove the back plate and check the drain pump. Disconnect the hoses from the drain pump and clear the lint from the hose and the pump area. Lot of water would be ther when you'll remove the hose from the pump, be ready to collect it. Let it dry and now the dishwasher will work perfectly now.

Hope it helps...

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The first thing to try is to clear out debris from strainer area, you may need a Philips head screw driver for this. Clear out and then attempt to put the unit through its cycle.

The second thing I would try, is unattach drain hose from drain to sink, either blow in it or use a blower side of shop vac to force air into the hose. Reset dishwasher, and try again.

Not knowing how handy you are, you can pull the dishwasher out, please turn off circuit before doing so, also make sure you have towels handy. Unattached drain hose at base of drainage pump. Clear out hose and remove debris on bottom of pump. Reattach the hose and run through cycle..

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it is easy track this path of water from bottom of m/c it will b afilter then small hoses to drain pump thenouter hoses <
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