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F2 Error Message on my Asko D1776

My dishwasher rarely seems to go a full cycle without an F2 error message flashing. We've checked everything and have had the repairman out here 3x. He said to let the water in my tap run very hot before starting the dishwasher which I did but it still happens. Any other people have this problem? Thanks!

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Pay attention I got the same error F2, after many tests I have not understood where he lost, I called a technician and he quickly realized that the loss was caused by 2 smallholes in the sheet, these holes were caused by salt, we put salt and some grain is left for days on the sheet bucandola not believe it, the salt if left for a long time on the sheet metal drilling.

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Clean out the pump...they tend to get clogged with grease...then poor washing up liquid in the strainer and poor a couple of kettles of boiling water in the strainer.

It worked for me on my Whirlpool dishwasher.

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F2 error message means that you have a high water level problem that could be caused: - A plugged or bed water pump - A defective water inlet valve (stay open) Good luck !

Posted on Jul 27, 2007

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