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Asko 1776 dishwasher error message

F1 message comes on- to I really need a service tech. to fix the problem? I have heard this error message means a heater malfunction.

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  • Anonymous Dec 04, 2008

    what does the heater element look like and where is it?

  • mikezav Dec 04, 2008

    what does the heater element look like and where is it

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Open up the underside of the dishwasher and check the 2 terminals that connect to the heater element. Sometimes they burn off and it is a quick repair to just put a new terminal on the end. Also make sure the water going into the dishwasher is hot, as that can cause this problem too. Hope this helps

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