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Asko 3230 dishwasher - not powering up

Just had a run of issues with our Asko dishwasher. After having the service guy out twice he finally found a leak in the outlet hose. Now the machine does not power up when you hit the on button. It might work for 2-3 days perfectly then next time the power button does nothing. Dont really want to wait another week for a service guy so any suggestions appreciated.

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You dont really need to turn the power to the unit off. Just leav it on till you can get the swithc replaced.They are kind of difficult to do, and you can break the control panel if you dont know what you are doing. i leave mine on all the time. Good Luck!

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