Question about Zanussi 24 in. ZDT6041 Built-in Dishwasher
Stopped working last night !
all we ever do is turn dial to c then turn on
all it is doing is sitting there but not doing nothing, if i open door again and turn dial a bit further on i can see water starting to come out of holes in the fins but upon shutting the door it stops completely
can i fix this myself or do i need to call repairs out ?
any help appreciated
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: zanussi zdt 6252
I had the same problem with Zanussi ZDT 6252. To fix it, turn power on, close door fully, then open door, turn off then turn back on again. If you follow this sequence the machine is reset and you can select programs again.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
SOURCE: Water not heating
probably not, believe it or not. If they actually designed a trace to fail under load, then they could not predict when it may happen. Yes, things get more load-some over long use and demand more current, but the pcb trace was probably not intentionally too small. Let's say it was designed too small. So at first startup it carries 9.5 Amps. The next factory unit draws 9.8 amps. the next unit, wait a minute, draws 10 amps and blew the trace before it got shipped. I think this under-design was a simple oversight, but one that should have demanded a product recall from Zanussi that would send a tech to every unit to install a pcb with a beefier trace. Email Zanussi and complain! Just curious...can you measure how wide is this pcb trace? It should be about 1/4 inch wide.
Posted on Sep 20, 2007
SOURCE: Zanussi built in aquasave zt 685
I think I had a similar problem to this. It seems like it was starting a cycle but then it just stalled and made a buzzing noise and it did not drain properly. I opened the bottom of the dishwasher where the draining pump was located. take off the plastic cover and I found bits of broken plates were jamming the fins on the pump... Try this and see how it goes.. Hope it was of some asistance.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
Try cleaning all the jet orifices in the rotating vanes. Use tooth brush. Check for dish plate is touching the rotating arm in the wash chamber. Rotate by hand for freeness.
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
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