There's just GOTTA be someone out there with a guide for using the
buttons to make adjustments in drain time, etc... that ASKO sees fit
to NOT print in their manuals ("Call the ASKO Service Center").
Any reason why I shouldn't be in possession of information about my
own appliance? "Proprietary" my ASKO. All I could get from them was:
"press QUICK LOAD 5 times within 15 sec and then the E button once" to
increase drain cycle by 10 sec. But I know there are other functions.
Won't buy another one. Sexy, expensive and prone to maintenance.
Kinda like my sister's Jaguar.
Drain problems naturally. No water in the bottom tray beneath the
unit and no blockage in drain pipe or air gap. Just those damn
blinking lights indicating overfill.