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Have you checked the line fuses at the back of the washer ? The Asko washers will have 2x15amp "slo-blow" fuses which screw into a holder via a "hub" which turn's a quarter turn in or out. You will need either a replacement fuse or an ohm meter to confirm or dismiss the fuse or fuses being the problem. What to look for are 2 small gray circular button type things located by the cord with slots in the bottom for a screwdriver or flat blade of some kind to allow easy removal.
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I had the same problem with my unit.The manual tells you to disconnect the water intake at the machine and clean the screen.This wasn't my problem because as you said the problem doesn't occur until the Rinse cycle which means there is water supply to start the Wash cycle. From the back of the unit, remove the three screws and take of the lid.You'll notice that there are three separate motors do pump water inside the machine at the water intake.When standing in front of the machine, the motor on the right controls the rinse cycle.I connected an AC volt meter to that pump and started the rinse cycle.240v showed up at the pump, but the water flow was poor.I simply squished up and down the rubber hose connecting this motor to the detergent unit and was unable to free the clog and water began to flow.