Good morning, my name is ***** ***** I will assist with your query today.
The most likely cause is a control board failure, are any of the lights flashing?
A new PCB can be purchased here, for around £150.
The part isnt overly complex to replace but can take some time as you have to remove the fascia of the door, gernally takes about 30 minutes.
It is possible it could be a fault ribbon cable, it may also be a failed sensor, however I have seen exactly the same fault on a Ignis\Whirlpool machine last month and it was the control board, other faults caused by connections or sensors generally do not result in all lights being illuminated, and the "1 minute" error being shown on the display.
I had a look at your manual and there is no detail as to how to fit the door which is a first I have to say, normally there are screws on the side of the door, or the door is just clipped on. If you cant see any screws to the side, I would be inclined to remove the screws around the inner door then see if you can lift the front false door off the front (and by doing so will make the door easier to work with. Make sure you have some A4 paper to hand and place them in the order\location you take them off, as some are different thread and length so it makes it easier putting it back together, if you have the layout on the A4.
Removing the control board is just a case of using a screw driver to move the clips back which hold it in place, make sure you disconnect the unit from the power first and do not apply to much false as the clips are easily broken.
Its a good idea to take a picture of the board before starting to help remind you which plugs \ cables go where.
If you get stuck give me a shout.
Good afternoon, my name is ***** ***** just wanted to follow up to see if you required any further assistance as I havent heard back from you recently?
Not a problem, will wait to hear from you tomorrow Hiten.
If there is alot of heat it may be the NTC (temp sensor) may be faulty, however it depends on what cycle you had it running on.
Remember for the dishwasher to dry the dishes it needs hot water at the end of the cycle, I wouldnt be too worried but continue to monitor it.
Your model of dishwasher has a built in NTC which is part number 850870315000, and can be found here
I personally wouldnt look to replace this as its a £70 unit, and the dishwasher from what you have described appears to be functioning as expected.
This doesnt look like a connected issue, however I would start by checking the sump filter at the bottom of the dishwasher, as this controls how much water gets to the pump, secondly I would check the waste pipe isnt kinked in any way.
Yes under the bottom rotating arm, is a metal mesh which strains the water, leaving debris, there should also be a plastic filter which rotates and comes out.
Looking at the number of faults NTC, PCB and now potentially the pump its looking as though this machine is beyond economical repair.
I would look at options such as repair and protect for around £150, put all the faulty (replaced parts) NTC and PCB back, call up and get someone like D&G here, to come out and repair the unit for you, you can then sell the spares you purchased on ebay, this would be a far more cost effective solution.
Sorry missed the link the D&G repair and protect website is here.