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Motor not running in Asko 10504 washing machine

Checked belt - ok. Checked brushes - making good contact, plenty left. Checked main connector to motor and brush connectors - all ok.
Runs through cycle normally apart from no motor movement - fills and empties ok.

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  • kbke66 Jan 17, 2009

    Thanks for your reply. I have already fixed it, but you were right. It turned out to be a bad solder joint on the main control board - at the connector leading to the motor. I re-soldered the joint and it worked ok.

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The motor might have burned out. Another possibility would be a partially fried control board.

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