Turn off the machine with the main power switch and then turn it on again to clear the error message from the display.
|F1||Temperature stop fault. The temperature rise is less than 5°C in ten minutes. Check: Element, thermistor, water level, circulation pump and control unit, wiring.|
|F2||Overfilling. Too much water in the machine (pressure sensor) or float activated. Check: Drain pump (blockage in hoses), flow sensor, inlet valve, leakage, wiring.|
|F3||Thermistor fault. Interruption or >80°C. The programme exits from the heating stage and continues in the process. Indication only in the service menu. Check: Thermistor, control unit.|
|F4||Water intake fault. < 80 pulses within 60 seconds or correct number of pulses is not achieved within 255 seconds. Programme interrupted. Check: Water supply, flow sensor, inlet valve, wiring.|
|F5||Valve leakage. > 80 pulses detected when the inlet valve is deactivated. Certain models attempt to remedy the leak first. Any programme in progress is interrupted (drain pump activated). Check: Leakage through inlet valve, flow sensor.|
|F6||Pressure sensor fault. Output signal > 4.8V. The programme continues. Indication only in the service menu. Check: Pressure sensor, control unit and wiring.|
|F7||Pumping out fault. Water not evacuated after 120 seconds’ pumping out. Programme interrupted. Check: Drain pump, hoses, installation of drain hose, control unit and wiring.|
|F8||Blocked filter. The pressure sensor senses excessively low pressure during the final rinse. Indication after end of programme. Check: Filter, sump (pressure chamber), pressure sensor.|
|F9||Circulation fault. The pressure sensor senses excessively low pressure (e.g. no water in the machine) or excessively high pressure (e.g. the circulation pump is defective). Check: Circulation pump, filter, water level, pressure chamber and pressure sensor.|
|F10||Overfilling. Check Drain pump (blocked hose), flow meter, inlet valve, leaks and cables.|
|F11||Water outlet fault. Check Drain pump, hoses, drain hose fittings, control unit and cables. Also check whether filter is blocked.|
|F12||Water inlet fault. Check Water inlet, flow meter, inlet valve and cables.|
|F40||Inlet valve leakage. Check Leak through inlet valve and flow meter|
|F41||Temp stop fault. Check Element, thermistor, water level, circulation pump, control unit and cables.|
|F42||Thermistor fault. Check Thermistor, plugs, wire harness, and control unit.|
|F43||Pressure sensor fault. Check Pressure sensor, control unit and cables.|
|F44||Turbidity sensor fault. Check Water quality, filters, turbidity sensor and drain system.|
|F45||Spray arm diverter fault. Check Spray arm diverter (functioning gearbox, switches and cables).|
|F52||Water level fault|
|F54||Overfilling water 2. Turn off the water supply valve.|
|F56||Circ. pump fault.|
|FA||Turbidity sensor fault. Indication only in the service menu. The machine assumes high turbidity for “choice of route” in the automatic programme. Check: Water quality, filter, turbidity sensor, drain system.|
|FB||Spray arm divider fault. Position contact is continuously closed or open. The programme proceeds. Indication only in the service menu. Check: Spray arm divider (function of gearbox, contacts and wiring).|
|L6||Rinse aid indication|
|Close the door||The door is open. Close the door.|
|Temp stop fault||Temperature increase less than 5°C (41°F) in ten minutes. Program continues with the process. Only indicated in service menu.|
|Overfilling||Overfilling. Too much water in the machine (pressure sensor) or float activated. If the water has not been emptied within 60 seconds, the program stops (drain pump activated).|
|Thermistor fault||Communication between the thermistor and control unit has stopped or the thermistor is reporting temperatures greater than 80°C (176°F). Program continues with the process. Only indicated in service menu.|
|Water inlet fault||< 80 pulses within 60 seconds or correct number of pulses not achieved within 255 seconds. Program stops.|
|Inlet valve leakage||Water intake detected when inlet valve deactivated in program sequence or standby. In this case the machine attempts to close the valve by opening it for 2 seconds and then closing it again. If water flow through the valve is still detected any current program is stopped (drain pump activated).|
|Pressure sensor fault||Output signal > 4.8 V. The program continues. Only indicated in service menu.|
|Water outlet fault||Water not drained after 120 seconds draining. Program stops.|
|Turbidity sensor fault||Only indicated in service menu. The machine assumes high turbidity in case of “uncertainty” in the auto program.|
|Diverter fault||Position switch always closed or open. The program continues. Only indicated in service menu.|
|Humidity sensor fault||“Humidity sensor fault” (only in service menu) Check Humidity sensor, cables, fan, damper and Wax motor.|
|Clean filter||The display indicates “Clean filter” automatically after every 300 cycles.|
To reset the machine to its factory settings.
- Turn off the main power switch (S5).
- Wait at least 5 seconds.
- Press and hold the program and menu buttons (S1 and S4).
- Switch on the main power switch (S5).
- Release the program and menu buttons (S1 and S4).
Asko Dishwasher Troubleshooting
|The dishes are not clean.||The spray arms do not rotate.|
|Old detergent. Detergent is a perishable product.|
|Incorrect detergent dosage.|
|Dishwashing program too weak.|
|Dishes loaded incorrectly.|
|Glasses and cups have toppled over during the program.|
|The filter is not correctly fitted.|
|Spots or films on the dishes.||Incorrect rinse aid dosage setting.|
|The dishes have a sticky white/blue film.||Rinse aid dosage setting too high.|
|Spots on stainless steel or silver.||Some foodstuffs, such as mustard, mayonnaise, lemon, vinegar, salt and dressings, can mark stainless steel if left for too long.|
|Spots left after washing.||Lipstick and tea can be difficult to wash off. Use a detergent with a bleaching agent.|
|Rattling sound when dishwashing.||The dishes are not correctly placed or the spray arms are not rotating. Check that the dishes are placed securely. Spin the spray arms to make sure they can rotate.|
|The dishwasher does not start.||The Start/Stop start button has not been pressed for long enough.|
|The door is not properly closed.|
|A fuse/circuit breaker has been tripped.|
|The plug is not plugged into the wall socket.|
|The water tap is turned off.|
|Check that the Delayed start option has not been selected.|
|1 minute appears in the display||The program is taking longer than estimated. None, next time the program is run the corrected time will be displayed.|
|Water remains in the dishwasher||Blocked drainage hose.|
|Kink in drainage hose.|
|The filters are blocked.|
|The filter is not locked in completely.
|Debris in the drainage pump.
|Bad odour in dishwasher.||Dirt around the seals and in corners.
|Low temperature programs have been selected for a prolonged period.|
|The dishes are not dry enough.||Drying power too low.|
|The dishwasher is not fully loaded.|
|Rinse aid needs topping up or dosage is set too low.|
|Cannot close door.||The baskets are not correctly positioned.|
|The touch buttons do not react when pressed.||Dirt on the touch buttons.|