Thread Number: 75858  /  Tag: Vintage Dishwashers
New World dishwasher
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Post# 997046   6/13/2018 at 07:33 by adam-aussie-vac (Canberra ACT)        

Hey guys I have a couple of questions, 1 do these dishwashers have a fan to remove the hot air and steam during the drying cycle? If so where would I find it in the machine? 2 I have my dishwasher fed to a food waste disposal and even with the laundry basket of a filter installed there's rice and small food particulates being pumped into the food waste disposal, would the food ruin the pump? Also is this machine similar to the Cylinda 1200?

Cheers Adam


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Post# 997050 , Reply# 1   6/13/2018 at 09:52 by gizmo (Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Au)        

All I know is that the New World dishwashers sold in Aus were made by Asea / Asko.
They were very good machines, owners loved them, though that was a LONG time ago.


Post# 997065 , Reply# 2   6/13/2018 at 15:29 by foraloysius (Leeuwarden, the Netherlands)        

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The control panel looks similar in styling to this 1974 Asea Skandia washing machine,



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Post# 997066 , Reply# 3   6/13/2018 at 15:58 by thomasortega (Los Angeles - CA)        

most dishwashers are designed to have small food particles (that wouldn't cause a clog) pumped during the drain. and no, it doesn't damage the pump as it is designed for that purpose.

Otherwise, you would have to clean the filter every single load.

IDK anything about the drying system in that particular brand or model, but also, most dishwashers dry by condensation, so there's no need for a fan or a hot air blower.


Post# 997072 , Reply# 4   6/13/2018 at 16:53 by adam-aussie-vac (Canberra ACT)        

My one drys from the water heater element oddly enough




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