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I have a problem with my Asko D3350 Dishwasher, can you help? On startup the diswasher does its normal cycle and pumps excess water out and then fills the dishwasher with water to the correct level of water, after this the machine has no dishwashing action at all for the duration of the program setting. The dishwaher then pumps all excess water out and switches off as normal but no washing action has taken place, there are no error codes during the entire operation. Is there any way to resett the main prosessor board or any firmware available to update this. the unit says PC Upgradable.

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Hi Tony,

I have the same machine (D3350) and almost the same problem.

Mine starts each cycle fine - pumps out - fills - rinses - pumps out tht first load and then does not fill again. If I manually fill with a bottle (about 2 litres) for each subsequent cycle then it washes as well as it ever did.

Seeing it fills once it cannot be the water supply, nor the solenoid that operate the water supply. So, my guess is the control panel.

Like you I would love to simply take advantage of the PC Upgradeable featurewshich seemed so attractive at the time of pruchase.

Jason

Posted on Jan 10, 2011

  • Hamish Curtis
    Hamish Curtis Dec 18, 2012

    Hi Tony it's the PCB control unit inside the door worth $485.00 mine has done the same thing. I'm buying a new dishwasher cause by the time the guys puts it in again we will be up to 600-700 bucks.

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