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Asko Dishwasher 1805 Service Manual Request

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Red LED lights keep blinking as if it has a "mind of it own"

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[user=49422]ReliableApp[/user] wrote:

Red LED lights keep blinking ...
which lights ?

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The lights on the control panel/selector buttons:

There are 8 total. Sometimes its all 8 lights on the

 control panel and sometimes 4 of them flash with the other 4 staying on.

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FAULT INDICATIONS

L3 and L7 and display .F1. is blinking: Heating element fault.

L1-L8 and display .F2. is blinking: Overfill.

L4 and L5 and display .F3. is blinking: Sensor fault.

L6 and L7 and display .F4. is blinking: Water inlet fault. (Just machines with level sensor).

L1-L4 in sequence with L5-L8: The door is open during machine operation.

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It appears it could be

L1-L4 in sequence with L5-L8: The door is open during machine operation.

L1-L8 and display .F2. is blinking: Overfill.

But i'm having a hard time with this.

When the door is open the machine continues to run.  Water does not spray, just valve operation opening closing draining etc... is this normal?

Operation of the machine seems normal except for the mentioned above and very little water getting into machine.

Because of the inconsistency I was diagnosing this as the circuit board?? Now I dont know.  

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some diagnostic info PM'd

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