Question about Asko 24 in. 1805 Built-in Dishwasher
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When the door is opened do the lights all flash, or are the flashing regardless if door is open or closed ?
Based on your description I`d suspect the unit has sensed an overfill problem...the flashing "LED`s" is how the Asko indicate this scenario.
The gurgling is simply due to the drain pump being on continuously.Though you say the machine is empty, the overfill basin may be full of water.
**Turn off the power to the unit via the house breaker before attempting any repairs or service**
If you remove the toe panel/kick plate below the door, check to see if the basin is full of water or has any sign of water being present. If left several days it will typically evaporate and appear to be normal again...until it overfills again.
There are other factors which could cause this of course, including a faulty pressure switch, but we can go down that path once you inspect the overfill basin for water.
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