Question about Asko 24 in. D3350 Dishwasher
Indicating too much water in the machine all though no water in the machine, drain pump still running.
Have you tried to reset the dishwasher to clear out the error code? Toreset, you hold down the "Start/Stop" button (or "Wash Program" buttonon units that don't have the "Start/Stop" button) for 3 to 5 seconds.This should clear the code. Try running a cycle to see if the problemreturns. If it does, you can, if you are completely comfortable withyour mechanical abilities, remove the toe kick plate, the access panel,the "T"-shaped kick bracket and the galvanized guard plate to see ifthere is water in the basepan. I would only remove these panels if I was POSITIVELY comfortablewith doing it. * To remove the screws, you'll need a 20 TORXscrewdriver. If water is present in the base pan, vacuum with a wet/dryvacuum or soak up with a towel or sponge. Run a cycle and inspect forleaks. If the problem continues, contact a local service center: Toll-free @ 1-800-898-1879. Hope this helps...
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
Tip the dishwasher back to reset floodswitch,test for leaks and blockages.
Posted on Jun 17, 2010
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A D3350 was included in my new home. It was a piece of junk that leaked water causing damage to the basement window directly below my kitchen. I wasted money on one repair call, which failed to fix the problem. I bought a KitchenAid. Now I'm happy.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
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