Question about Asko Dryers
I had the same problem. remove the 2 screws on the bottom panel. pull out bottom panel. turn the 2 red knobs counter clockwise. pull out condenser pack. rinse condenser under running water in the shower. out will come the biggest dust bunny you have ever seen in your life. re-install condenser and you are good to go. there is a step by step in the user manual under the maintenance section.
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
If you continue to try to run the dryer after the automatic shut off kicks-in it will shut the cycle down with no flashing lights after the dryer reaches a critical and dangerous temperature. If the dryer is skipping immediately to this step without any flashing lights then call an Asko certified repairman as something may be wrong with the machine. If you have not tried cleaning the condensor, please do this as well. Remove the bottom housing of the dyer, move the two red handle to the right, and pull out the condensor unit. Wash it under warm/hot water using a bathtub or shower and you will see lint and dust come out by the heapful. Replace the condensor unit, wait about 30-45 minutes, and then try restarting your dry cycle.
Kevin C., Asko USA.
Posted on Jan 06, 2011
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