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Asko 11505 washer starting to drip!

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Oh, wise one, it's me again. I think my Asko washer has blown a fuse. Where are the fuses located? I ask you this because I have taken cursed washer apart more times than you think this month and if I know in advance where stinkin' fuses are located, it might save me some time (and patience).

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I found out where the fuses go. If it isn't the fuses, do you know what else it could be? I'm thinking it might be time to take it out back and shoot it. It's 22 years old.

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It was the fuses. They were still the original ones after 22 years.

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Donation sent, O wise one!

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