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Asko 1585 Dishwasher

Dishwasher came with house and has been running very well up until 2 months ago. Upon completion of washing/drying cycle all the lights began to flash. Then we noticed that it was not even making it through to the wash cycle, it would fill sound like the wash was going on and drain then lights would flash and machine would stop running all together. We would hit rinse and hold and then the machine would run it's rinse and hold cycle until completed. Found there was a major recall on this model and just had the circuit board replaced today. Repair man left and went to run a normal wash cycle and about 10 minutes into the run the flashing lights appeared. I called ASKO and ran through 3 different tech who had me reset it, adjust the water intake and pump out timing and still the same - all lights flashing?? Any ideas?

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  • ab11bc49 Jul 25, 2008

    My board was replaced about 3 months ago and I now have the same problem you describe. I called ASKO and they had no help. They told me that their is no way of telling if the problem is the replaced circuit board. They suggested that I call for service and pay someone to determine if that is the cause. I would like to know if other people are having problems with the circuit boards they used on the the recall repair.

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2014

    My Asko d3122 dishwasher is stuck on rinse halfway through the cycle & I cannot reset it. As soon as I turn the machine back on the lights flash back to rinse also..

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Do they flash lik all on one side then the other? Start a cycle, then open the door. Do the lights flash the same way when you open the door as when it stops? if soyou may have a door that needs to be adjusted so it closes better. when the cycle ends, is there any standing water in the bottom? if so you may have a poorly routed drain hose or a partial clog in it. Last, pull the bottom panels off and look inside the bottom of the dishwasher and see if there is standing water down there . If ther is you have aleak somewhere or a bad drain pump. You r only other choice is a bad pressure switch. If youve already adjusted the water fil to the proper level ( just up to the grey plastic housing that the lower wash arm sits on) tehre really aernt any more options. Hope this helps!

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