Question about Asko D1976 Built-in Dishwasher
My Asko dishwasher is not draining. It stops mid-cycle and flashes a code "F2." I push start and it finishes, but has water at the bottom.
Drain plugged, hose kinked or discharge pump bad
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
The overflow capture plate is flooded. Basically, any overflow falls to the bottom of the unit to protect the floor. There's a foam floater attached to a lever which floats up and triggers a switch sending F2 error. Best to open bottom front skirt and sponge up any water still in the spill sump, or remove back panel to better access the water and sponge it up. F2 error message vanishes once float drops and machine starts working correctly again. Remember to fix cause of flooding, which is usually are blocked sink drain pipe. This blockage causes sink water to flow into the machine instead of down the drain.
Posted on Apr 09, 2015
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