Things You'll Need
Verify that the Asko dishwasher is firmly connected to a power outlet if it is not working at all. Reset or replace the circuit breaker as needed.
Place soiled dishes so that the dishes are facing down and toward the dishwasher's center if the wash results are not satisfactory. Do not nest dishes or pots inside each other, and avoid overloading the unit.
Check to ensure the spray arms can rotate fully if there is debris left on the dishes or the water supply seems low. Do not overload the dishwasher.
Load glasses between tines inside the washer basket if chipping is occurring. Do not straddle the tines with the glasses. Keep space between each glass and dish.
Choose a heated option when picking a dry cycle and add rinse aid to the dispenser if the dishes are not dry at the end of the cycle. Tilt dishes so that water runs off the dishes and back into the dishwasher.
Use only the recommended amount of detergent if there is detergent left in the dispenser after the wash cycle. Wipe the dispenser latch to ensure it does not stick closed. Use only fresh detergent to help prevent clumping.
Run hot water at the sink prior to starting the dishwasher if the dishwasher runs for a long time. This helps heat the water before it enters the dishwasher, shortening the total washing time.