Question about Asko Dishwashers
Regardless of program selected, with one minute left on cycle F11 error appears on screen. Water is left in machine.
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Dishwasher Problems - Water will not drain out
Posted on May 14, 2010
F11 means Drainage fault.
Water present in appliance and is not being drained off. The display shows Drain fault F11. The buzzer is activated for 2 minutes.
After each drain pump step, the circulation pump operates for 2 seconds and heater pressure switch B1/13 checks the water level. If it is too high (large quantity of residual water remaining in the cabinet), the drainage time is extended. If, after a further check, the water level is still too high, then the program is interrupted, the fault code is saved and the drain pump is activated. Fault code F11 is also registered if heater relay 1K1 is not activated after the fault code F51 register check; see Section 080-3.18. Drain hose kinked. Remedy: Check the drain hose for correct positioning.
Cause: Drain blocked.
1. Clean the on-site drain.
2. Check the sump drain.
3. Check the filters.
4. Check the heater pressure switch and replace it if necessary.
Cause: Ball in non-return valve in sump has not opened (e.g., jammed).
Clean the non-return valve in the sump or replace it if necessary. Cause: Foreign objects in the drain pump.
Clean the drain pump and its impeller.
Cause: Drain pump defective.
1. Check the voltage supply to the drain pump.
2. If correct voltage is present, check the drain pump motor winding.
3. Replace the drain pump, if necessary.
Cause: Foreign objects in heater pressure switch.
Check the heater pressure switch for blockages and correct switching point.
Cause: Heater relay defective. Heater relay (coil or contacts) becomes defective during the drainage step (after fault code F51 register check).
Replace the heater relay.
Hope this helps to solve it.
Posted on Jul 05, 2011
The most common cause of an OE error code on a modern LG dishwasher is:
1. Blocked drain hose
2. Obstruction in the sump area (beneath the filter, which needs to be removed to check for onstruction)
3. Failing drain motor.
else you need to REPLACE THE PCB POWER CONTROL BOARD
Posted on May 06, 2009
The scum, film and white residue problems have started since the reduction of phosphates in dishwasher detergents.
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Dishwasher Residue and Film on Dishes
Posted on Mar 04, 2011
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First try turning off the machine for 30 minutes. Then check your inlet valve. Shut off valve, switch off machine & see if the water comes full flow. Check the filters on the machine inlet entry, they could be blocked, clean out.
The FH indicates a fill failure and this is usually caused by a bad water valve, flow meter or pressure switch.
One key to determining the cause of the FH error is how fast the error comes up in a cycle. If the error appears within 1 or 2 minutes then the most likely cause will be the water valve or flow meter.
If the error doesn't appear for several minutes then the pressure switch can be the source of the problem.
Both water valves must be turned on and working. Even if a cold wash is selected at some point during the fill the hot water valve will be energized and if there is no water then the FH error will show up. Sometimes a consumer will turn the hot water valve off to save energy but you can't turn one valve off on this washer.
Inlet valves can be purchased thru the net and fitted by you easily.
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