Hello, We have a Zanussi ZDT6252 Built-In Dish Washer and lately is stops after approx. 5 mins on the 'Rinse & Hold' status. We have to turn off the washer and re-try..although lately it stops on a consistent basis. I have ensured the Filter is clean and also have removed the center basin in the washer and ensured that all is clear there also...however the problem still persists. What do you recommend...
Thanks in advance for any advice.
Re: zanussi zdt6252 stops on 'Rinse & Hold' midway thru...
The problem here is being caused by Blocked Filters in the Water suppoly In line/pipe. There are two(2) filters in this line, at the water connection point and at the Washer connect point(one at each end). If these filters become blocked, then the result will be a restricted water In-Flow and hence the Rinse & Hold Status.
Disconnect the Water-Supply pipe and remove the plastic filters giving them a thorough cleaning before replacing them. All will be rectified by this action.
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To reset a programme in progress, open the door and press the push button of the programme under way for more then 1 second, until the corresponding indicator light goes out. The dishwasher is now reset and you can select a new programme.
Hello Paul, The first thing to try is to clean the filters at the rear pipe(s) that connect to the main water supply. It is quite common that when the water-flow is impeded, the programs may stop with flashing lights depending on the rate/amount of blockage.
So, pull out the unit and disconnect the rear pipe and give the in-line filters(s) a good going-over. Please let me know if this does the trick...