Question about Asko T780 Dryer
So, my dryer has been messing up on me. Every time I start it will stop after about 15-30 seconds and I have to restart to make it dry again. The fault indication says "overflow." It was lasting longer than this before, as the other day it would go for a couple of minutes before I had to restart. This is a horrible problem for me and I would like a simple solution if there is one. Thanks.
It sounds like you have a condensing dryer. These condense the water into a pan in the back, and then the water is pumped down the drain. If you are getting an overflow, it means the pan is full of water and the controller is shutting it down to prevent it from leaking on the floor. Most likely cause is a bad drain pump, which is a bit of a bear to change as it is in the back behind the rear wall in the lower right hand corner. The other option is that the drain line could be pinched or clogged, especialy if the unit was moved just before the problem started. Hope this helps!
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