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My Asko dishwasher starts, drains, fills with water, then stops before it starts to spray/ spin. What is wrong?

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Well what is wrong unfortunately could be any number of things, it is well with this symptom anyway, pretty hard to tell exactly what's wrong by just this symptom. If it Fills Drains then the In & out are OK, so it must be some controller input problem?
If it is filling with water and then doesn't proceed then it is most likely a sensor or similar, one must perform the necessary troubleshooting steps to isolate and repair this unit. To do this one requires a service manual, Asko, service data is very hard to come by, for some reason. Above, is a support link for Asko.
You best bet will be to contact Asko,and ask them for a referral to a local service agent, now when he calls, ask him for a 'Quote" before allowing any repair work to be undertaken.

Posted on Nov 15, 2010

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