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Drum makes a clunking sound when rotating, even when empty

On my 6 year old Asko T760, the drum has a slight amount of vertical play and this results in the clunking sound as it rotates. I expect some guides for the drum need to be adjusted. Can i do this myself?

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  • 9battin Nov 02, 2007

    Same problem on the T760. Could you identify the roller location and how to change. A explosion diagram would be helpful along with part numbers.

    Have removed the top and front panels.

    Please email to dp13718r@embarqmail.com
    Thanks,

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This machine has roller wheels in the front that are not adjustable, but rather need to be replaced if they have a bad spot or something. Usually what I see with a clunking noise(clunks once or maybe two quick clunks in succession) is that the dryer has been set down hard on the ground and has put two dents in the roller surface of the drum. To check this, just unplug it, pop the top off (3 screws in the back and tilt it up) and look at the very front edge of the drum. rotate the drum by hand (carefully so you dont pop off the belt) and look for any imperfections in the suface, such as dents. If you are getting more of a vibration type of noise, I would also suggest taking off the lower front cover then taking of the blower wheel cover located to the left side and checking that there is no lint built up in the blower wheel as well. Good Luck!

Posted on Dec 17, 2006

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Please email repair manual for TD 44. octaj@maxnet.co.nz I need to replace the guide wheel for the drum on the door, and need to know how to disassemble and reassemble the front end. can anyone help please - thanks much

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Do you have a workshop manual on how disassemble a ASKO TYPE TD 44 Could you send me a reply to buckleys@wideband.net.au. Thank you Ron Bird

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