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Member Since 03 Sep 2012
Offline Last Active Jun 15 2014 02:50 PM

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Asko WM90A (10505) Spring Replacement - Help!

10 November 2012 - 01:10 PM

Good news: New parts arrived! Hooray!

Bad News: They're the springs for the drum - this doesn't look like as easy of a job as replacing the belt

While it would be nice ot have the actual service manual for this unit, I'm ok with going in without it, however, does anyone have any tips or potential gotchas I should be aware of?
(I have requested the service manual from here, but our chief Samurai doesn't seem to have it in the library - We have the owners manual and parts list, but no real factory service manual :(

Has anyone done this before? What's the best way to approach this task? Do I need to completely remove the drum? Do I need to get the machine on it's side or back for access to the underside? Is there a proper order of parts removal to get to replacing the springs?



Asko Washer (Model: WM90A / 10710505) - #1 Prog Cycle Not Working

07 October 2012 - 11:27 AM

Asko Washer (Model: WM90A / 10710505) - #1 Prog Cycle Not Working

I've got an Asko washer and one program cycle isn't working (the program cycle #1). All of the other cycles (#2-9) seem to be operating completely as expected. I'm guessing that it's either the timer/timer motor or the fill valve, but I'm unsure how to test these, or what exactly I should be testing...

Can anyone give any guidance?



Asko 7005 Dryer Question (Model Year 1998)

29 September 2012 - 05:24 PM

I have an Asko 7005 Dryer (circa 1998) - I need to change the belt - no big deal there. In removing the back cover (inner and outer) and the bearing, I noticed that the "small" foam rubber seal that sits on the drive shaft, behind the rear ball bearing and the drum has disintegrated to a mere shadow of its former self.

I can't find that item on the parts list or listed with the bearings.

Anyone know how to get a replacement or figure out the part number? (might as well fix that too as long as I have everything apart!)


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