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Asko 1885


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#1 Lurker_2Sachse_*

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Posted 08 November 2005 - 02:53 AM

I have an ASKO 1885 dishwasher that fills, runs most of a cycle then stops and gives and F2 overfill fault. There is water in the bottom of the washer when it stops. I can clear the fault by simply pressing the stop button. If I restart a cycle, all the water pumps out of the bottom of the washer and the new cycle starts but doesn't finish - giving the same fault.

I've removed the front of the washer and can't find any leaks. It's bone dry.

Any ideas?


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#2 Lurker_2Sachse_*

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Posted 08 November 2005 - 03:16 AM

Oops. I lied. I have an ASKO model 1595.


#3 Lurker_2Sachse_*

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Posted 09 November 2005 - 08:13 AM

Anyone have a suggestion regarding my ASKO 1595 dishwasher?

It's not leaking into the pan. I pulled the service panel and checked that. The machine drains fine. It fills fine. It washes/circulates fine. About 40 minutes into the cycle it shuts off with an F2 fault - the bottom of the washer tub has clean hot water in it at this point, but it's not overfull and it isn't leaking.

I can clear the F2 by simply pressing another cycle button on the console. The dishwasher immediately pumps all the water out and starts a new cycle A-ok. Until 40 minutes later when the f2 fault returns.

Is there a sensor that could be faulty? I can't see anything that's not working here but keep getting that blasted F2 error.

I got a cut and paste canned response to my email that suggested a Plugged/Bad water pump (don't think this is the problem since it pumps and circulates just fine) or a Defective water inlet valve (also don't think this is it since it has no problem at all filling with water).

Anything else? Anyone?

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Posted 09 November 2005 - 08:15 AM

Let's wait for Kiwi on this one. He's the resident Asko expert and usually comes around a night.




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