Question about Dishwashers
Your pump is obstructed. take out pump and clean it out. Your filter might be plugged too. As soon as it floods it also can be a leaking hose from the pump.
just open the machine and you will see the pump straight away.
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Aug 21, 2011 | Asko Dishwashers
The filter is probably blocked.
It is inside the base of the machine.
Take out the filter and clean it and also clean out the filter well as that can also hold quite a bit of debris.
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