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The heater element does not stop when the cycle machine is finish. I need to off plug the electrical wire. Some told me that my control board was broken. Is it possible because they told me that the piece was discontinue. The dish washing machine has been bought in 2003! What can I do

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Hello, Welcome to FixYa. Beased on the description you posted..."The heater element does not stop when the cycle machine is finish. I need to off plug the electrical wire" This is a red flag. In these scenario's 99% of the time the control and thermistor are both at fault. If the component has failed both will need to be replaced...This asper Asko as follows. **When any or several of control unit components or the conductive pattern (copper foil on the soldering side) close to these components are damaged most probably the external component is the cause of failure and should be ohm-measured and in case of short circuit be exchanged simultaneously with the control unit.** Having said this, If you remove the door and control panel and visually inspect the control you will most certainly see burnt circuits, relays or resistors on the control. i.e. The heater element does not - 249be30.jpg The thermistor wires are the 2 gray ones to the right of my finger in the photo. You can measure it`s resistance here.


The thermistor controls the water temperature to give the required temperature. The heater will be disconnected if the thermistor is short-circuited or loosened from the circuit board...unless of course the control itsrlf is faulty, such as a stuck/faulty relay.


The normal resistance of the thermistor is beetween 25 and 15 Kohm at (20°C), 68°F, or (30°C), 86°F alternately.


The actual thermistor is located on the bottom of the tub...check the wires going to it along the door for any severed/shorted signs or the thermistor iteslf where it fastens to the tub.


i.e.


this is the best image I could provide considering it`s location under the tub


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It`s true the controls may not in fact be available as new, however I would suggest you do some on-line searches for original Asko number 8057931-4, If that fails, you can contact me a macmarkus@live.ca and I`ll see if I can find you one.


The thermistor is original Asko number 8059767 and is still available from "repairclinic.com" for about $23USD.


It`ll look like this...






Let me know what you find or if you require further assistance. Thank you for choosing FixYa and good luck.


Regards,


Macmarkus :)


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