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Asko d1876 is there a reset switch? i have cleaned lines, drain and no water anywhere-- f2 still flashing-- any reset switch other than circut breaker?

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I have a D1876 it stopped draining in cycle all lights flashing and F2 . anyone know what to do

Posted on Jan 23, 2010

  • robocam Jun 29, 2011

    Is There water in the bottom tray, ifso there is a leak from some point .Youwill need to remove the rear panel and see if you locate where the water is coming from. One place may be on the flange of the main body of the pump assy. There is a rectangular hole that some times allows water to seep between the tub body and the pump housing gasket. This is due to the locking ring that secures the main pump assy to the tub failing. The thread and the flange part company thus any tension to seal the pump body to the tub is lost. This now has a modified ring assy by asko and is a different material to the OEM ring.Hope this helps

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I'm not sure about that model, but on an older one, just under the drain area there is a piece os styrofoam attached to a switch. I guess if it rises it activates the circuit. Problem is if it drys it sticks, so push it down with your hand gently. This involves taking off that bottom kickplate area, but that's the only way in there.

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You have water in the bottom pan.Turn off power Remove bothe front and rear lower panels and dry out pan with a towel after tipping water from pan. Turn on power and try operating the washer and look for water leak. It could be coming from a number of places. The repair will be what ever is the cause of the leak. F 2 = water in the pan. Hope this helps. Rgd Robocam

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