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Member Since 11 Sep 2010
Offline Last Active Oct 24 2013 11:28 AM

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In Topic: Asko W600

14 September 2010 - 06:25 PM

cf. page 10 of manual. Drive belt?

In Topic: Asko W600

13 September 2010 - 04:22 PM

The wee ones for the bottom pump, not the drum motor. Oh - and the grinder...

In Topic: Asko W600

13 September 2010 - 02:37 PM

If you find the location for reasonably cheap brushes, please share as I am sure mine will go one day. Ta!

In Topic: Asko W600

13 September 2010 - 05:39 AM

[user=70748]Scott Ross[/user] wrote:

now that you mention it - no it only fills up about 1" at the bottom of the drum.

Does that tell you something?

BTW - just paid by Paypal to sign up for 99 years! Where do I access the manuals section?



Scott -

Check out http://applianceguru...rum2/27352.html
I am having a similar issue, although yours may be two-fold since the Spin isn't working.

I have managed to cheat the water inlet defect (until my part arrives) by adding just short of the required amount of water into the tub before putting in clothes. You can test your machine without clothes to see if this bypass helps with diagnostics.

We use liquid detergent so I am adding that into the drum at the same time as this step since the water-flow is too inefficient to wash out the detergent. If you use powdered, I suggest dissolving the powder before adding into the drum.

While the machine is trying to fill, I top off from a jug from the detergent drawer. If your machine is able to agitate, then you have eliminated a lot of possible problems.

You can then watch whether your pump is able to drain sufficiently so to initiate the spin.

Best of luck
who calls Wales "home" and is living in a place where the Rugby season lasts from April until May and football (not pointy ball) is lackluster - farking torture!!!

In Topic: Asko W600 washer

13 September 2010 - 05:25 AM

Follow-up, which may help other people whilst they wait for parts.

Topping off water whenever the water input is needed works well. You just have to man the washer during fill periods.

We have a gallon jug that we fill from the tap and pour from the detergent drawer. 1.25 jugs helps with filling at the initial fill [setting 2], after the spin and for the first rinse 2 gal, additional spins, 1 gal.

Have done 4 loads since the last post. Excellent! Cannot wait until the part arrives so I can do things in more than 10 or 5 minute spurts.

Go ahead, PatOff, wiggle those eyebrows.

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