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#1 Mauro6555

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Posted 19 July 2011 - 01:46 PM

I have a 16 year old ASKO W600 washer in need of a new water pump. Which side of the washer is the pump accessed from? How hard is the repair? The washer motor was replaced 5 years ago. What other parts should I replace while it is down? The belt is 16 years old and sings when ever the machine is agitating. Thanks

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Posted 19 July 2011 - 02:51 PM

1. W600 and W640: Remove the front panel (see page 28).
2. Remove the pump and pump housing from the rubber buffers in the bottom plate.
(Remember, there is always water in the drain pump.)
3. Disconnect one hose by removing the hose clip,
and then turn it to remove it from the rear of the pump.
4. Disconnect the terminal block and the three screws that secure the pump to the pump housing.
5. Take out the pump.
6. Secure the terminal block to the new pump.
7. Secure the pump in the pump housing with the three screws.
8. Fit the hose and secure it with the hose clip.
9. Secure the pump and pump housing to the rubber buffers in the bottom plate.
10. W600 and W640: Replace the front panel.

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Posted 19 July 2011 - 04:14 PM

Thanks for the step by step advice. Should I replace the belt at this time or any other part while I have the machine down?

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Posted 01 August 2011 - 08:13 AM

In the last 2 weeks I've replaced: pump, drive belt, timer, pressure switch, level switch and detergent drawer. These replacement parts have corrected most of my problems except the electric door latch, which now does not work at all where before it worked intermittently. Yes I know I could have replaced the machine but I have a space problem and I thought I'd do my part for the environment. So what are the steps to trouble shoot and repair/replace a non-working electric door latch.

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Posted 01 August 2011 - 08:40 AM

ahh.. noticed you're now an apprentice +
could have asked for the service manual, etc .

http://www.mediafire...hqdk23w/8061751 WM33_44-04.pdf
http://www.mediafire...m1fyg1d/8061755 FUN WM33_44.pdf
http://www.mediafire...0oy/W600-Series Service Manual.pdf
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