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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The "High Water Level" in the machine can be triggered not only by the Styrofoam operated switch in the safety tray under the machine's tub, but also by the Overfill Pressure Switch pictured here
My previous post describes the erratic behavior this switch can cause. It seemed almost at random, the "High Water Level" condition would occur in whatever cycle I used.
It is easily located at the end of a small rubber hose visible when the kick panel and service covers are removed. Look just above where the electrical power terminal block is. The switch is held in place by the clip protruding from the top (as shown in the picture above). The sides of the clip need to be pressed towards the center to release the switch. I simply rotated the switch until the clip was turned to the longer side of the rectangular hole it clips in to. It then just fell out.
This pressure switch triggers the drain pump when too much water enters the machine, but it can malfunction and will keep the drain pump running "forever" until you turn off the breaker. Unfortunately, until the problem is rectified, the dishwasher "remembers" what it was doing when you disconnected the power and when you re apply power, the drain pump will again start draining your already empty dishwasher.
I pulled the connectors attached to the spade terminals on the switch back a bit and then forward as far as they would go ensuring all the wires had continuity from the terminal to the opposite end of the wire it was attached to. When I re applied the power, the empty dry dishwasher attempted to start up where it left off in the cycle it was on, but the "High Water Level" conditioned cleared. Pressing and holding the single button opposite the light left on canceled the cycle and the machine went into standby as it should.
I hope this helps someone else. Until I "Googled" the part number printed on the switch, I didn't know what triggered the "overfill" or "High Water Level" condition.
Part number on the part was 8058475. I also found out the small hose attached is part number 8058500. The small hose is not as readily available as the pressure switch, so extra care should be used when handling it.
Posted on Dec 03, 2007
SOURCE: Dishwasher fault
fault, selected temperature not reached within 60 minutes
Incoming water temperature too cool
· Heating element burned out
· Thermostat defective
Posted on Jan 29, 2008
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.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
SOURCE: Asko 1755 dishwasher. The pump
My Asko Model 1585, Type DW 95.4 Circulation pump just died. I have the following parts available (All in working condition):
* 8057931-05 Control Board (this is the replacement part AFTER the recall)
* 8057083 Drain Pump
* 8057085 Fan circulation module (the one in the dishwasher door)
* 8057077 Heating Element
Photos and motor/coil/element resistance values available on request. I have no prices listed as I am still trying to determine their value. I am an old Boy Scout & NOT out to screw anybody.
Posted on Nov 13, 2011
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F2 is a drain error and dishwasher not draining issue usually occurs due to kinked drain pipe, clogged drain filter or drain pump. First make sure that the drain is not clogged and remove clogs if present. If no visible lint is present then remove the lower front access panel to check the drain filter and drain pump for any clogs, you'll need to clean the drain filter and drain pump completely. Also, check for any food pieces stuck near the pump impeller & clean the chopper assembly. Please note that dishwashers don't drain out the complete water such that heating element doesn't overheat. Hope this helps... Please post back for any further assistance.
Sep 18, 2011 | Asko 1375 Dishwasher
F2 error in your Asko dishwasher indicates that the water is not draining or is unable to drain and dishwasher not draining issue usually occurs due to kinked drain pipe, clogged drain filter or drain pump. First make sure that the drain is not clogged and remove clogs if present. If no visible lint is present then remove the lower front access panel to check the drain filter and drain pump for any clogs, you'll need to clean the drain filter and drain pump completely. Also, check for any food pieces stuck near the pump impeller & clean the chopper assembly. Please note that dishwashers don't drain out the complete water such that heating element doesn't overheat. Hope this helps... Please post back for any further assistance.
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