How Can You Troubleshoot an Asko Dishwasher?

Troubleshoot an Asko dishwasher by checking for the common issues such as door latch problems, defective drain pumps, faulty motors and tripped circuits. By examining these issues initially, problems that are more complex can hopefully be detected and fixed.

First, check to make sure that the appliance is fully plugged into a working electrical outlet and that the machine has been switched on. Reset a tripped circuit breaker and replace a blown thermal fuse. Confirm that the dishwasher’s door is closed properly, as the dishwasher will not start if the door is not securely shut. If the door does not latch or the door latch is broken, replace it.

If the dishwasher does not fill, there might a water supply issue. Check to be certain that the household water supply valve is turned on. Inspect the dishwasher’s water inlet valve for any cracks or clogs. Water inlet valve are not repairable and need to be replaced. Additionally, check whether the float is stuck or defective, and replace or repair it accordingly.

If the dishwasher is leaking, check whether the wash arm assemblies are cracked or broken. If any of the wash arm assembly is broken, water will spray forcefully towards the seams of the door causing a leak.

Replace the wash arm assembly if defective. If the problem persist examine them water inlet valve, and replace it if faulty.