Question about Asko W6461 Front Load Washer
Yesterday I was running very hot water through my empty machine - I do this periodically to keep the hose clear. I had also cleaned the soap dispenser which was really messy with clogged soap. Half way through the cycle the machine stopped, water leaked from the bottom and the Display said "Fault Indication - Over Flow". The machine won't move on from there! I have checked the pin trap and everyhing else I can think of. Please help!
Problem may be to with using very hot water which has dislodged sludge. fault may cure itself.at top of machine is a usually round device with 3 to 7 wires to it depending on type used. also connected is a small diameter hose. trace this hose to bottom of machine and it is connected into an air chamber. check air chamber is not clogged with sludge and if it is, clean it. remove small diameter hose and check not clogged as well and that there are no splits with it. there is really no need to clean appliance at all unless you are using liquid detergent which over time leaves a smell like drains. if you are, recommmend using powder
Posted on Apr 19, 2007
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