Asko dishwashers are renowned for their premium quality, but service issues have occasionally emerged. Users have reported delays in obtaining prompt repairs for issues such as wash cycle malfunctions or drainage problems. Timely access to service is essential, given the critical role dishwashers play in kitchen routines. Users have emphasized the importance of service technicians possessing expertise in diagnosing and repairing these advanced appliances accurately.
F01: Door Latch Error
The dishwasher door is not latching properly, preventing the cycle from starting.
F02: Water Inlet Fault
Water is not entering the dishwasher as expected, which might be due to a blocked or kinked hose, or a faulty inlet valve.
F03: Drainage Error
The dishwasher is unable to drain water, possibly caused by a blockage in the drain hose or a malfunctioning pump.
F04: Heating Element Issue
The dishwasher is not heating water to the desired temperature. This may be due to a faulty heating element or thermostat.
F05: Circulation Pump Fault
The circulation pump, responsible for moving water through the dishwasher, is not functioning correctly.
F06: Overflow Detection
Sensors have detected excessive water in the base of the dishwasher, indicating a potential leak or overflow.
F07: Spray Arm Malfunction
One or both of the spray arms are not rotating or spraying water as they should.
F08: Detergent Dispenser Error
The detergent dispenser is not opening during the cycle or not dispensing detergent properly.
F09: Water Hardness Sensor Fault
The sensor that determines water hardness for optimizing wash performance is malfunctioning.
F10: Rinse Aid Dispensing Issue
The dishwasher is not dispensing rinse aid as expected, which might affect drying performance.
F11: Turbidity Sensor Error
The sensor that detects food particles in the water to optimize the wash cycle is malfunctioning.
F12: Load Recognition Fault
The dishwasher is unable to determine the size or type of load, affecting cycle optimization.
F13: Software or Control Panel Glitch
There’s an issue with the software or user interface, which might manifest as unresponsive buttons or incorrect cycle settings.
F14: Salt Reservoir Empty
The salt reservoir used for water softening is empty or not dispensing correctly.
F15: Internal Leak Detection
Sensors inside the dishwasher have detected a leak, which might be due to a seal or gasket issue.
F16: Motor Overheating
The motor is overheating, indicating a potential blockage, malfunction, or need for maintenance.
F17: Water Temperature Sensor Fault
The sensor monitoring the water temperature is either malfunctioning or providing inaccurate readings.
F18: Door Seal Issue
The door seal is damaged or not seated properly, leading to potential leaks or inefficient washing.
F19: Filter Blockage
The dishwasher’s filter is clogged or blocked, affecting water flow and washing efficiency.
F20: Child Lock Error
The child safety lock feature is not engaging or disengaging correctly.
F21: Drying Fan Malfunction
The fan intended to assist in drying the dishes is not operating correctly, affecting the drying performance.
F22: Salt Dispensing Error
There’s an issue with the dispensing mechanism for the salt, which could impact water softening performance.
F23: Water Level Sensor Fault
The sensor monitoring the water level inside the dishwasher is either malfunctioning or providing inaccurate readings.
F24: Cycle Timing Error
The dishwasher is not adhering to the expected timing for the selected cycle, causing prolonged or shortened washes.
F25: Water Heating Overload
The water is getting heated beyond the desired temperature, posing a risk of damaging dishes or internal components.
F26: Anti-Flood Device Activation
The dishwasher’s anti-flood safety feature has been activated due to detected water leakage or overflow.
F27: Water Hardness Calibration Error
There’s a fault in calibrating the water softening system to the detected water hardness level.
F28: Rinse Aid Sensor Malfunction
The sensor monitoring the rinse aid level or its dispensing is malfunctioning.
F29: Lower Rack Recognition Error
The dishwasher is unable to recognize the correct positioning of the lower rack, potentially affecting wash performance.
F30: Upper Rack Recognition Error
The dishwasher is unable to recognize the correct positioning of the upper rack, potentially affecting wash performance.
F31: Delayed Start Malfunction
The feature to delay the start of a washing cycle is not functioning correctly.
F32: Wash Pressure Sensor Fault
The sensor that monitors the water pressure during washing cycles is either malfunctioning or providing inaccurate readings.
F33: Internal Light Fault
The internal light, if equipped, is not working, making it difficult to load or unload dishes in low light conditions.
F34: Power Surge Detected
The dishwasher’s electronics detected a power surge that might affect its functions or components.
F35: Incomplete Cycle Detection
The dishwasher detected that a previous cycle was not completed and might need to be rerun.
F36: Eco Mode Error
The energy-saving Eco mode is not functioning as expected or not providing the desired energy savings.
F37: Soap Tablet Dispensing Error
For units using soap tablets, there’s an error in the dispensing or dissolving process.
F38: Internal Communication Error
There’s a miscommunication between the dishwasher’s internal electronic components or modules.
F39: Anti-Scalding Feature Malfunction
The safety feature preventing water from getting too hot and scalding users is malfunctioning.
F40: Error Saving Custom Cycle Settings
The dishwasher is unable to save or recall custom wash cycle settings entered by the user.
F41: Soft Touch Button Malfunction
The soft-touch buttons on the control panel are not responding or registering user inputs inconsistently.
F42: Display Panel Error
The electronic display is malfunctioning, showing garbled or incorrect information.
F43: Inadequate Wash Performance
Sensors indicate that dishes are not cleaned adequately at the end of a cycle, suggesting an issue with water flow or detergent dispersion.
F44: Unusual Noise Detection
Sensors or user feedback indicate unusual noise during operation, suggesting mechanical or motor issues.
F45: Rinse Cycle Fault
The rinse cycle is not completing effectively, possibly due to blocked jets or issues with the water intake.
F46: Cycle Interruption Error
The washing cycle was interrupted unexpectedly due to a power cut or door opening.
F47: Self-Cleaning Mode Error
The dishwasher’s self-cleaning mode is not completing successfully or is taking longer than expected.
F48: Error in Steam Generation
For models with steam cleaning capabilities, there is an issue generating or utilizing steam.
F49: Sensor Calibration Fault
Internal sensors require calibration or are not calibrated correctly, affecting washing performance.
F50: User Settings Reset Error
The dishwasher is unable to reset or recall user-specified custom settings.
F51: Basket Recognition Fault
The dishwasher is unable to detect the correct positioning or type of basket, possibly affecting wash performance.
F52: Detergent Overuse Detection
Sensors indicate that too much detergent has been used, which might result in residue on dishes.
F53: Electrical Component Overheating
Internal electrical components are overheating, posing a risk to the appliance and its functions.
F54: Seal Integrity Issue
The seals preventing water leakage are compromised, possibly due to wear and tear or misalignment.
F55: Energy Consumption Error
The dishwasher is consuming more energy than expected, indicating a potential efficiency issue.
F56: Intermittent Power Issue
There are intermittent power issues affecting the dishwasher’s performance or causing it to stop and start unpredictably.
F57: Unbalanced Load Detection
The load inside the dishwasher is unbalanced, affecting the rotation of spray arms and washing efficiency.
F58: Door Alignment Error
The dishwasher door is not aligned properly, causing potential leaks or incomplete sealing.
F59: Control Panel Lock Error
The control panel’s locking feature to prevent unintended changes is malfunctioning.
F60: Memory Error
The internal memory storing cycle settings and other essential data is malfunctioning or corrupted.