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New install; where to hook up old wiring/plug to ASKO

Trying to wire ASKO with standard plug from Whirlpool. Don't see black/white/green wires in ASKO. Does this thing take a special wiring harness?

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  • alan24648 Jan 01, 2009

    I do not see any "loose" wires. There are a grey wire, a white wire and 2 green& yellow wires that are plugged into an existing connector in the front. This would seem to be the right location for a connection because there is a strain reliever right next to this and I assume that the hook up is made here and the wires are then passed through the strain reliever towards the back of the machine. However, it seems like this is not the usual connection made by just twisting the wires together with one of those plastic caps.

  • alan24648 Jan 02, 2009

    I cannot get behind the front panel. Removed all screws. BUT, Called ASKO and they emailed a wiring diagram which is a little tough to read for me. So I am still at square 1+..

  • alan24648 Jan 04, 2009

    I figured it out. Have to think like a Swede. Wires go in like some speaker wires go into back of speaker. Undid screws, inserted wires, tightened down screws. Done. Thanks for doing some thinking about it. appreciate it.

  • David Robinson May 11, 2010

    What wires do you see.

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There should be an installers/repair guide folded up behind the front panel. Check for that as it will show a wireing diagram. I won't be able to get any info until Jan 2. Let me know what you find.

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