Well, I have a problem with my dishwasher ASF66810X Arthur Martin who has just had all just 3 years.
It works well but does not heat up water and dries more.
I removed the circuit board to test the circuit but I do not think there is a problem. I tested the oh and I found a value of 0.6. I tested the continuity and I'm a beep. Like, I'm not a pro in electronics, I would like confirmation. The problem is not with the circuit? Cons For how can I test the relay (which position on the meter, if that is enough?).
I feel that the resistance of the dishwasher is in a tube and I do not know how to test it. Do you know how?
Start by testing the resistance, it is the "tube" that you saw in the dishwasher to the ohmmeter you should find around 20 ohms, if the resistance is good, you can control the rest, the state of lugs, solder the relay if it is welded, ect
Commencez par tester la résistance, c'est bien le "tube" que vous avez vu sous le lave vaisselle, à l'ohmetre vous devez trouver aux environs de 20 ohms, Si la résistance est bonne, vous pouvez controler le reste, l'état des cosses, soudures du relais si il est soudé, ect...