My 10-year-old Asko W6661 quattro is giving a "motor fault indication" at high spin speeds. It can run a regular load of wash, but the indicator comes on during the 1600 rpm rinse-spin cycle. It can also complete a delicate load which has a max spin speed of 1000 rpm. I think the brushes are worn but was intimidated to do the repair myself. That was until the repairman said the brushes can't be replaced in this model and I would need a new motor at a cost of $875. Is that right?
Can I replace the brushes on Asko W6661 quattro?
Posted 09 September 2013 - 01:47 PM
if you have this FHP Motor
then the following Brushes are replaceable
genuine Asko Brushes are expensive
non-genuine are questionable
Motor Brush (single)
Motor Commutator Cleaner
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Posted 09 September 2013 - 05:09 PM
Thanks for your reply. I'll take off the back and check my motor. Will it be obvious which type of motor I have? Even if I needed to replace the whole motor, it would cost half of the repairman's quote!
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