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Asko Hi what state are you in i am also a service tech for asko.

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  • Ian Greenland Oct 25, 2008

    Hi I work in melb branch still there i repair all brands.



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Hi, I am in NSW, worked in Sydney branch until 2005, now run service business in Blue Mountains.
I posted that solution as a bit of fun, stumbled upon this site the other day while researching reviews of other brands of white goods and the problems people have and complain about.
Which state are you in and working for? I am happy to share ideas etc,,,do you work with other brands as well, or soley Asko?

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