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My asko dishwasher(1504) keeps running sometimes, The time will run down to 1 min on the disply and stay there and run on and on until I turn it off. Prior to this another problem occured, when the washer does shut off on it's own, the display will read F1(Falt in the heater), I am wondering if one problem has to do with another. The heater problem I can deal with but not the continueous running.

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  • starwars33 Sep 16, 2010

    Thanks Techbuster,
    I noticed a burn mark on what turned out to be the relay for the heater coil. The contacts were pitted and worn and not touching when energized. I took it apart, cleaned and adjusted the contacts so they would indeed contact when the relay was energized. I am looking to ordering a replacement in case this does not last.
    I just ran a wash and had no problems.

    I still have the front panel off the machine and thought I would troubleshoot the rinse aid dispenser since it does not work.
    I measured the continuity of the solenoid and got 325.5 ohms. Does this sound right?
    Thanks
    Mike

  • starwars33 Sep 16, 2010

    Definitely pointed me in the right direction, was ready to give up before Techbuster's comment.

  • starwars33 Sep 16, 2010

    Thanks for your help MNfisherman. It turns out it was a relay that was faulty.
    Mike

  • Jeff Dubin May 04, 2012

    Mike - If you still own the ASKO 1504 can you send me a text at 2162444529@vtext.com? I'm looking to buy a used ASKO 1504.

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F1 doesn't mean that it's always the heating element itself, often it can be the control board relay that has shorted and isn't sending power to the element. If the element is the faulty part, you'd be looking at about $250 for part and labor and trip to replace it. If it was the control board, you'd be looking more at $500 or so with part labor and trip.

The heater would take about an hour or a little more to replace and the control board maybe only 30-45 minutes.

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    Sorry for replying late ,I am happy that your problem is resolved

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This is most likely the timer. It is a common problem. If you wish to, you could test the timer with an ohmmeter on the Rx1 setting and test the continuity of the timer. Chances are likely that the timer is faulty.

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