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MikeG

Member Since 10 Apr 2011
Offline Last Active Oct 26 2013 10:19 PM

Topics I've Started

Asko T700 stops when release power button redux...

14 October 2013 - 07:55 PM

I don't quite understand the mechanics of this forum.  I started a topic about my T700 which turns off when I release the power button after a replace a couple drum rollers.  I tried to follow post but it no longer allows me to reply to the topic.

 

Anyway, I was pre-occupied with something else and am now back to the dryer.  As previously noted, even though the drum turns and blower goes there does not appear to be any heat.   I will investigate further and try to update once I get further clues and/or a resolution for those interested.

 

 


Asko W600 Washing Machine

20 April 2011 - 09:39 PM

Hello fellow appliance fixers... I have a 10 year-old Asko W600 washing machine that has worked great (until about 2 weeks ago). Upon starting it up to put in a load of laundry it will fill with water but then stop, nothing but perhaps a click happens, then it pumps out the water and goes to 'S'. After extensive searching around, mostly on these forums, I figured it must be the timer. Ordered a new timer (ouch, $250) on via RepairClinic.com and just installed it. No dice. It does the exact same thing. I was certain, given the symptoms the another user was providing, that the timer was the issue. Now I am out of ideas and appealing to the wisdom of the masses.

Belts are fine but I have not pulled the motor yet (thinking it was the timer and because it does not seem that the motor even gets turned on at all). What other clues could I provide to help diagnose this problem?

Best Regards,

Mike (the guy with the dirty clothes and irritated wife)


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