Question about Ariston Technologies LL64WNA Built-in Dishwasher
The dishwasher overflow detection may have triggered. This causes the drain pump to operate.
The overflow float is located at the base of the diswasher and maybe faulty. It is spring loaded float and should move down and up when pressed. If you cannot find this in your model, then water has leaked into the overflow cavity where the motors are located. This could also trigger the overflow protection circuit.
You have to replace the overflow float if it exists or empty the overflow water in the overflow cavity and dry it out. If leak is taking place then the gasket needs replacement.
Hope you are able to fix the problem with some of the suggestions I have made.
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Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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