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The thing that immediately comes to mind is a faulty door switch or latch. The door switch can be replaced and you might be ok. But the latch would be more tricky to check. Sometimes if dishwasher is not level or if the door springs are misalinged the door tends to slip and release the latch due to pressure. It works when you open and shut. But not sure about the night time cycle. That sounds a bit creepy if it starts again by itself. Why not put a tape around the door and then start. That will help eliminate the obvious ones. The other thing that exends dishwasher cycle time is the lack of adequate water temperature. Could be heater or thermostat or both.
You should be able to stroll through the parts by selecting categories on this site. http://www.repairclinic.com/Shop-For-Parts/a9b126d867701/Model-D3251White-Asko-Dishwasher-Parts
Thanks for using FixYa. Sorry, but I don't have good news for you,
unfortunately it is time to replace the door latch, hope you understand there
is nothing else that you can do with the latch as every other part is working
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All power and sounds should stop when any dishwasher door is opened. Your door switch may be stuck causing it to continue. The 90 second sound at the beginning of the cycle is the water pump extracting any residual water before taking on clean water for the wash cycle. Any excessive noise from the drain pump could be debris in the pump. e.g. broken glass. You can remove the pump and check it for blockage or any foreign object.
I just had this problem and it seemed to be fairly easy to fix. Some times when you open and close the door interrupting washing cycles, the latch will think it is already latched. Even though it will still close with pressure, it seems like it will pop back out on you. Here's the fix. If you open the door, you will see a white plastic accepting latch that can be flipped back into the fully open direction using a screwdriver. That seemed to do the trick.
Make certain the door switch is making contact and the switch is good. Open the front panel and trace all the wires,especially where they go from the door to the underside of the DW. Look for a broken or pinched wire.