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ASKO Dishwasher D1996 Fill Valve issue


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#1 Dude100

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Posted 13 April 2014 - 12:04 PM

Okay so I have this dishwasher that will not fill completely with water. Valve opens for 60 secs and during time is flowing very well. I am of the understanding that fill time can be adjusted on ASKO. In reading the tech manual it states to hit the S5 button 5 times then hit I think S5 again to get the maximum time of 180sec. This unit has 5 buttons and the 6th is the START button.  Can someone just summarize if I am on the right track in trying to correct my water level issue?



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Posted 14 April 2014 - 09:41 AM

Sounds like you're starting in the right place.  One good thing with the Asko is that you can adjust water intake + or - up to 15%.  Various models and types have different buttons (S2, S4, etc.) used to adjust the program, and since you have the service manual you should have the proper key dance. 

 

Also be sure to check the drain hose installation for a proper "gooseneck" to help eliminate possible siphoning during the wash cycle.



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Posted 15 April 2014 - 08:33 PM

Thanks PDuff.






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