Question about Asko 24 in. D3530FI Built-in Dishwasher
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The float switch is not a water level switch, but an overfill switch. The control board uses the input from the pressure sensor to decide when to stop the pump.
When you open the float switch circuit the machine 'thinks' that there is overfill and starts the pump. Door must be closed and othe conditions met.
The pressure sensor is sometimes difficult to test and gets replaced straight away. The part is not expensive.
You mentioned that you left a little bit of water inside the tub. Perform again testing with no water. A little bit of water may be detected wrongly by a malfunctioning pressure sensor. Ensure power is not connected if not necessary and ensure that you did a power reset by disconnecting appliance for a couple of minutes. Clean thoroughly the drain well and remove water from inside the tub completely.
At the end of the cycle this machines also check dryness and temperature. Check also dryness (humidity)sensor and thermostat.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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