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I have a ASKO DW20.3 dishwasher and it seems the fan has started to make noise in the dryer cycle. Do you know how to access the fan. Is it you have to take the door panel off?

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Hello, What you are describing is called an overfill. Sometimes programming, soap usage or installation can cause this. ASKO Customer Service will be able to give you troubleshooting tips and will most likely be able to fix this issue right over the phone as this is typically an easy fix. You can contact the ASKO Customer Care Group at 1-800-898-1879. They are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for your convenience. Sincerely, AM Appliance Group

Posted on May 29, 2007

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Yes solved by pulling door apart. There is a small drain tube from the bottom of the ventilation vent, which had some blockage.

Cleared it put door back together and now works just like new.

Cheers
Nic

Posted on May 25, 2008

Krazytech
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SOURCE: Asko D1706

it is your overflow .. there is water under in the dishwasher tray or the float is stuck in the up position.
you will have to remove the toe panel and get the water out from the tray or free the float ( sometimes soap gets under and sticks the float in the up position... let me know if there is water or stuck switch . hope it helps

Posted on Sep 14, 2008

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SOURCE: Asko door latch stuck

The only way is to pull out the dishwasher ,unhook the latch and then unscrew the door panel.your dishwasher is installed with 2 screws to the underside of your countertop. its tricky but youll have to remove them adjust to leveling legs down this will give you more room to get some head bit in ther to remove the screws if its out then slide the d/w foward ,remove the strike plate door will open then you can get your dishes out first

Posted on Sep 20, 2008

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The pump/motor assembly on these dishwashers have a soft food cutter that helps to cut up smal soft food particles. This may be your problem.

These cutter blades can sometimes get loose or something can get hung up in them like a broken piece of glass or some other pieces of trash that they can not handle.

You can access these blades by removing the sump cover near the rear of the bottom of the inside of the dishwasher. remove the bottom rack and take a couple of screws out of the sump cover. you can feel down in the sump and see if there is any trash caught up here or in the blades.

If this is not the problem and you have an older dishwasher - you could have a problem with a loose fan blade in the motor. If this is the case I would run it til it dies. The motor/pump assembly is about $125+. The newer motors are a lot quieter.

If everything is working ok. I wouldn't worry too much about it.

Posted on Aug 08, 2010

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