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Re: Asko washer power light does not come on when...
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Both the Asko built washer and dryer have internal fuses aside from the home circuit breakers for added safety.
Since the washer is typically plugged into the dryer, you'll want to check all the fuses and wires in both the washer as well as the dryer.
The 2 internal fuses for the Asko washer, (depending on the model, but generally in the same location) are located at the back next to the power cord...
To remove and check the fuses you`ll need a flat/slotted screwdriver and place it in the slot of the fuse holder and turn them left 1/4 turn and pull out. (the image may differ from your's as I alluded to based on the model number)
**The above is an image for removing the dryer fuse, but the same procedure applies**
Once removed this is what you should see...
I would also suggest removing the top of the washer to visually inspect the condition of the wires as a poor connection can cause the fuses to blow.
The replacement part is a 240v 15 amp slow blow fuse. part number will be as listed below and it is a complete kit available at "repairclinic.com"
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The question being incomplete I think you mean the motor is not turning , so check the output to the motor after the water flows in, if there is no action of the inlet water coming in , filling and voltage to motor, then the program controller is faulty. If voltage comes to motor but does not run then it canbe the motor , check the capacitor if this of the capacitor running.
Hi, welcome to Fixya. With Asko machines the issue with the "light" may or may not be related to it not starting as well as the door latch. Sometimes the lens which holds the light in place behind the console cracks and the light falls loose, so although the light still illuminates, you only see a slight glow or not at all as a result. The other issue may be the unit is only getting 1/2 volts. **UNPLUG THE POWER CORD** Check the fuses at the back (there will be 2). They are by the cord in a "holder" that is either gray in color or black. Observe them and you'll notice they have a slot in them so you can use a flat screwdriver to remove the holder/hub (as Asko likes to refer to them), once removed you can check across the fuse with a meter for continuity or replace with a known new/good fuse. If that solves the problem...awesome. Let me know and I'll follow up if needed. **ALSO** If you replace the fuse and in a short time it blows again, you likely need new fuse holders & hubs. They do suffer from metal fatigue over time which in turn causes a poor connection and of course equals undesired resistence, hence...blown fuse. The same can & likely will happen to the dryer if it's an Asko as well FYI. Hope this helps, let me know if I can assist you further. Good Luck. Thanks for visiting "fixya" today, please take a moment to rate the info provided here today.
first I would check you drain pump ... make sure it is clear and clean.. next if you have a meter be sure it is getting power and that it is not shorted ...if it is not getting power then I would check the wires first then check your control.
Hope it helps if Not let me know more about you problem..I can help