Question about Asko D1876 Dishwasher
We had similar problem on Asko dishwasher model 1503 installed sometime around 1993, drain pump keeps running, F2 overfill code flashing, no water leak. Tried turning power off and back on at circuit breaker, tried holding the start button down for ten seconds to reset but nothing worked. There is a dishwasher water level switch (part #722021) on front right side behind the kick panel with two wires labeled N11 and N12 connected to it. The switch has an 11 and 12 next to the proper contacts where these wires connect. There is also a 13 next to a contact but that is not used in my dishwasher. I had given up on it and bought new dishwasher. Before throwing out old one, I traced both wires back up into door and one came out with a gentle tug and I could see it was split in half. It was easy to take the door cover off and splice the wire back together. Door has screws on side but also held on from screws on the inside. We now have it in basement and working fine.
Posted on Oct 27, 2008
I had a problem with F2 fault and all lights flashing when the dishwasher is just plugged-in (and drain motor starts running). I thought I was in for a few hundred bucks, but thanks to greendude (an expert here) I eliminated the problem myself. The problem was in water supply pipe connection that started leaking and the bottom pan was full of water setting-off drain pump.
Posted on Apr 07, 2008
We had an F2 fault on our Asko dishwasher as soon as it would turn on. We flipped the breaker, and removed the service panels, and found a lot of water had collected in the pan underneath. We removed as much as we could and then let it dry out for a few days. After running it several times and checking the still-open panels, no water had returned. We suspect it was originally caused by a blocked filter (label from a jar). No problems since. Our fix was free :-)
Posted on Nov 21, 2007
The F2 fault where it drain pump starts the second the dishwasher is turned on comes from a switch that is connected to a piece of styrofoam that is just behind the place you make the electrical connections, and just below the area where the circulation and drain pump are. You can feel it if you FIRST TURN OFF THE POWER, and from the inlet side run your hand on the top of the pan to below the middle section. Push the styrofoam down. If it's wet, wait for it to be dry -- Sometimes it's caused by stuff that sneeks under the styrofoam and makes the dishwasher think it's water. A vacuum can help (if there really really is no water...)
Posted on Oct 02, 2007
The F2 error codes relates to high water level It could be a clogged in the drain line. Often the problem is at the point where the drain line attaches to the garbage disposer or household drain line. You should remove this line and clear it form any debris in the hose or the hose connection. Be sure to reattach the hose before starting the dishwasher again. As well it could be a defective or a malfunction pump. Good luck!
Posted on Sep 16, 2007
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