Asko dishwasher f1 error code
This error code appears when a dishwasher fails to heat the water up to the set temperature within 60 minutes. As a result, the water is too cool to complete your selected cycle.
Most likely, the heating element and/or thermistor are faulty and need to be replaced.
Asko dishwasher f2 error code
The code appears when water level is higher than required.
This can be due to a water pump of inlet valve issue.
Asko dishwasher f3 error code
This fault code denotes a problem in the thermistor
Faulty thermistor or damaged/loose thermistor wiring
Asko dishwasher f4 error code
This error means that there is a water fill problem. Also, you can see the lights blinking with the pump running.
There has to be an overfill due to faulty fill control.
The error can be cleared in the following way:
- Disconnect the unit from the mains
- Remove the kick panel
- Check the tray at the bottom: there may be too much water in it
- If there is, dry the tray
- Make sure that the water level control float is not blocked
- Make sure the pump is functional
When you have fixed all issues, if any, try a cycle. If the error is still there, use professional help
Asko dishwasher f10 error code
This code signifies an overfill
Turn off the water supply tap and make sure the pump is not blocked. Also, check the float
Asko dishwasher f11 error code
This one signals improper draining
Check the drain hose and remove any objects, if any, blocking it. Check the drain pump for blockages. There may be a foreign object stuck in it. If you find any, remove it and run the machine again.
Asko dishwasher f12 error code
The code appears when the machine fails to drain properly, or the main control board signals a problem when it is not actually there. In the latter case, the control board needs to be repaired or replaced.
If there is water in the bottom tray, check the drain system. Check the drain pipe for clogs and make sure it is not bent or twisted.
Check the pump for blockages or technical faults.