To reset your Asko dishwasher overfill, remove the dishwasher from under the counter and tip it forward to drain the excess water from the pan. Then use a towel or sponge to soak any excess water left behind. Reset the dishwasher by holding the start/stop button for 3 seconds, then select a program.
If your ASKO dishwasher has no light, flashing, or blinking light problems, the easiest place to start is with the latch. Make sure that your dishwasher is closed to the point where you hear that latch click. If your latch is closed, the two most likely areas that you should target are the control panel and the drainage sensors.
If your Asko dishwasher keeps draining, the float switch could be stuck. The float switch rises and falls, keeping the water level at the correct depth to prevent overflowing. A stuck float switch will continually signal that the water level is too high and the dishwasher will drain.