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The spray arms on my
Welcome to FixYa.
Based on your description and provided the dishwasher is indeed 1) an Asko D1716 and 2) filling with water, draining, heating, but not circulating, It sounds like a busted wash impeller within the main motor/circulation pump, as you mentioned. What you may not know, is the impeller itself is not serviceable, the entire motor/pump must be replaced unfortunately.
Before declaring it is indeed a motor/impeller issue, do you hear a quiet sound of a motor starting once the unit has completed filling with water ? And be sure the unit is actually filling with water, this image below indicates the normal water level to look for....
The pump obviously it will be super quiet if the wash impeller is broke as I suspect it may be...almost like a fountain, since the Asko are very quiet under normal conditions. You will have to either get right down with your ear to the bottom or run it with the door open by activating the door switch with a screw-driver and look for visual/audible clues.
If so that is a tell tale of no wash action yet the motor runs, hence broken impeller. If you don't hear anything it may be a wire come off the main motor/circulation pump or severed somewhere between the motor and control, maybe where the door pivots during opening...but not likely.
This unfortunately is common with Asko built dishwasher`s and it is a case of being a victim of their own design.
What happens typically is the ball-bearings from the upper rack holders ( which are plastic, hence fatigues due to heat and fall apart ) come out making their way into the sump, hence breaking the wash impeller from the motor.
Let me know what you find and I'll try and help you move forward from there. If you need direction to remove the circulation motor and pump I can do that, but it is a pretty involved repair and requires pulling the unit from the cabinet. Check those other possibilities first and tell me what you find.
I'll watch for your reply.
8/19/2013 10:02:24 PM •
on Aug 19, 2013
Asko 1375 will not fill completely
It needs to have the correct fittings you can call around and see if you can get a generic one that had the same threading for your reducer however it doesn't sound like a bad valve I think its the float switch that is bad
7/27/2012 1:18:16 AM •
on Jul 27, 2012
I am trying to remove
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10/27/2011 10:55:21 PM •
on Oct 27, 2011
I have a 1776 Asko
F2 is a drain error and dishwasher not draining issue usually occurs due
to kinked drain pipe, clogged drain filter or drain pump. First make sure that
the drain is not clogged and remove clogs if present. If no visible lint is
present then remove the lower front access panel to check the drain filter and
drain pump for any clogs, you'll need to clean the drain filter and drain pump
completely. Also, check for any food pieces stuck near the pump impeller &
clean the chopper assembly. Please note that dishwashers don't drain out the
complete water such that heating element doesn't overheat. Hope this helps...
Please post back for any further assistance.
9/18/2011 11:20:22 PM •
on Sep 18, 2011
The bottom of the dishwasher
I would suggest replacing the water valve in the unit, Part number needed would be 8801351.
I am not sure where you live to direct you to a parts warehouse to obtain this part. Unless you know when the unit came from so you can order this part you need, I have a number of 1-866-223-5549 to my distributor I get my parts from.
Good Luck I’m happy to help further over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/gere_bf68e6055dd61249
8/31/2011 11:56:51 AM •
on Aug 31, 2011
I actually have a 1325
Hello, welcome to FixYa.
Based on your post, specifically "water was coming out the vacuum break line on the sink" that would indicate something is indeed wrong with the vacuum break...likely the seal. The break wil likely need to have a new one put in it's place (very seldom can they be clean of "lime" or other deposits and still function properly)
I would suggest calling back the one responsible for installing/cleaning the line, as this has little to do with your Asko dishwasher since the only time this component has any effect is while the unit is draining, or so it does not siphon while the dishwasher is operating.
Let me know how you make out or if you require further assistance and I'll try to help in any manner I can. Good luck and thank you for choosing FixYa.
7/22/2011 9:57:43 PM •
on Jul 22, 2011
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