Asko dishwashers are stylish and can be found in a variety of sizes.
Their extra-large dishwashers and dishwashers with access designed for people with disabilities are particularly popular.
But how do you reset your Asko dishwasher?
Asko dishwashers reset themselves automatically but you can reset them manually mid-cycle if you wish. To reset the Asko dishwasher, press the start/stop button on the control panel and hold it for three seconds. Select the wash program you require and then press the start/stop button again.
This process allows you to reset the Asko dishwasher manually. It only takes a few seconds to accomplish and does not affect the functioning of the dishwasher at all.
You may wish to put additional crockery or cutlery into the dishwasher and resetting it manually allows you to start the cycle over again.
How To Reset Asko Dishwasher D5424
The Asko D5424 dishwasher is one of the extra-large dishwashers in the product range.
The controls are similar to the rest of the Asko dishwashers, which makes them simple to operate.
To reset Asko dishwasher D5424 models, press and hold the start/stop button on the front panel. As with the rest of the Asko dishwasher range, the D5424 automatically resets after it has finished a cycle. However, holding the button for 3 seconds and then selecting a program will reset the machine.
Be aware that after 2 minutes following your last button press, the main display enters the left-on mode. This saves energy and you will notice that the display brightness reduces.
To reactivate the display, press the program selection button. Alternatively, press one of the option buttons to switch the display back on.
How To Reset Asko Dishwasher D5456
The Asko D5456 is also one of the extra-large dishwashers in the Asko range.
As with the D5424 and the normal-sized models, the switch to reset the dishwasher is located on the main control panel next to the program selection buttons.
To reset an Asko dishwasher model D5456, press and hold the main start/stop button for 5 seconds. Once the 3 seconds are up, select an alternative program and press the corresponding button. Press the start/stop button again and the Asko dishwasher will reset to the new program.
You must ensure that you don’t accidentally press the start/stop button for more than 5 seconds otherwise you will interrupt the current washing cycle.
If the power is interrupted during the washing cycle, the dishwasher will resume the cycle when the power comes on again.
If the power is interrupted during the drying cycle or if the door is left open for more than 2 minutes, the cycle will automatically be canceled and you will have to start the cycle again.
When the cycle ends you will hear an audible beep sound. The word “End” will be displayed on the main panel.
This confirms that the wash cycle has ended and you can remove the contents of the dishwasher.
How To Reset Asko Dishwasher F2 Error
Various error codes display when a problem occurs with your Asko dishwasher.
Some codes are more serious than others, so it is best that you investigate the errors and have them fixed before trying to restart your dishwasher.
To reset the Asko dishwasher F2 error, check both the water inlet and outlet. Check that the tap is on and that water is flowing at the correct pressure. Then pour 2-3 liters of water into the dishwasher and hold the reset button for a few seconds. The dishwasher will empty the dishwasher.
If the dishwasher does not empty and the error reoccurs, switch off the dishwasher and check the drain filter.
Also, check that there is no blockage in your drain before resetting the dishwasher by pressing and holding the reset button.
How To Reset Asko Dishwasher F10 Error
The F10 error is a common error that is quick and easy to fix.
An Asko dishwasher F10 error means that the dishwasher is in “flood mode”.
To reset the Asko dishwasher F10 error, unplug the dishwasher and pull it out from under the counter. Tip the dishwasher forward and drain the water from the drip tray. Alternatively, use a sponge or towel to soak up the water. When the base pan is dry, the dishwasher is ready for use.
Check that the dishwasher is no longer draining continuously by pouring a gallon of water into the dishwasher.
If the dishwasher drains the water or refuses to enter the wash cycle then there is still water in the base pan.
Remove the kick panel and use a dish towel or paper towel to thoroughly dry the base pan.
Then pour a gallon of water into the dishwasher again to see if it remains in the dishwasher.
Other possible problems include blockages or objects stuck in the pump, a faulty inlet valve, a leak, or a faulty flow meter.
How To Reset Asko Dishwasher F11 Error
The F11 error is a common problem that is easily fixed.
To reset an Asko dishwasher F11 error, check the drain hose. The F11 error indicates a problem with water draining from the dishwasher. This is usually a result of a blockage in the drain hose or the drain pump. The impeller may have worn out or there may be a piece of debris in the pump.
Make sure that the sink does not drain into the dishwasher. This usually happens when the hose doesn’t have enough loop in it and the water flows straight down into the dishwasher.
Re-route the hose so that there is enough height above the point it enters the sink drain.
How To Reset Asko Dishwasher F12 Error
F12 errors are associated with water inlet problems.
To fix the F12 error on an Asko dishwasher, check the water inlet. The error indicates that there is insufficient water entering the dishwasher and is either the result of too low water pressure or the filter is blocked. Check for blockages or debris in the inlet pipe.
Also, check that the water pump is working, as an electrical fault can prevent the water from circulating.
How To Reset Asko Dishwasher Drain Pump
The various reasons why the Asko dishwasher pump fails to work properly.
To reset the Asko dishwasher drain pump, hold the start/stop button for 3 seconds and then release it. Select a program and press the start/stop button again. The dishwasher should start the cycle unless there is a problem with the pump or its connections.
If the drain pump fails to start, check that the electrical connections are secure.
Check that there is no water in the base pan as that will prevent the dishwasher from switching on until the water is removed.
Either tilt the dishwasher at 45° to remove the water or use a towel to soak up the excess water. Once the base pan is totally dry, the washing machine will switch on and the drain pump will work.
If it does not, the drain might be blocked or the pump may have debris stuck in it. You will have to inspect the impeller to see if anything is preventing it from turning.
How To Reset Asko Dishwasher Overfill
A common problem that people experience with their dishwashers is when there is water in the base pan.
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 there is water left behind in the pan, it will prevent the dishwasher from operating.