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ASKO T780 dryer automatically shuts down after aprox. 20 minutes

Regardless the programm I choose, my dryer shuts down after aprox. 20 minutes apparently because of danger to overheating. I've checked the filter (clean), the condensor (clean), the rotor (clean), the waterreservoir (empty). I've tried with different loads (light and heavy) but that is no solution either. It keeps shutting down after some time; it is simply starting the programs but not finishing them. The button on the backsite does do it's job, but I cannot understand why. What can I about this? Could it be a fuse or maybe the thing that checks the temperature?

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  • irma_nadorp Feb 13, 2009

    Hi Crayzeetrayn,

    I've checked the dryer vent (I called it a rotor because I did'nt know how to call it) if you mean the thing in the front, left next to the condensor. It is clean.

    Regards,

    Irma

  • irma_nadorp Feb 13, 2009

    Hi, I'm not sure where to find the vent connected to the duckwork. If it is everything you can find at the front bottom of the machine, then I've checked it. Or is it something only to be reached by taking the topdeck of?

  • irma_nadorp Feb 13, 2009

    I did try the reset switch because this is the one that is interrupting the programs. The machine starts to work every time again. But after cooling down one night for exemple and then starting a new program, it still stops after aprox. 20 minutes again.

  • irma_nadorp Feb 21, 2009

    Indeed the sensor was clotted with fluf. I did clean the vent, but never knew that is was a sensor behind the little safetycap. After I cleaned it with the toothpick as indicated, the machine works like sunshine again. So thank you very much!

  • Kevin Hill Oct 14, 2011

    Where is the sensor behind the safetycap located?

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Check sensor for fluff. We have asko tumble drier and have had to clear this of fluff many times. Take bottom panel off, as if removing filter to clean. Located on left hand side is a plastic cover, grey, secured by one security head screw. Once screw is out carefully remove circular cover uncliping clips. Inside is a sensor with a plastic cage around it, about size of one pence piece, clean fluff out with toothpick for example. This should do the trick. Good luck.

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I had the exact same issue
spoke to an asko service guy
he told me it was a common issue of the lime in the water building up in the fine mesh filter inside the door
U need to take it out and gently rub it with ure fingers in warm soapy water
and the easiest way to see if this is ure issue
hold it up to the sunlight
u should see tiny tiny holes in the mesh if u don't it is blocked

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Have you checked to make sure that the dryer vent is clear?

Posted on Feb 13, 2009

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    Jay Glendenning Feb 13, 2009

    The vent I am speaking of is the one that the ductwork is connected to .. Be sure to check all of that ductwork and check inside that hole on the dryer

  • Jay Glendenning
    Jay Glendenning Feb 13, 2009

    Have you tried he reset switch on the back of the dryer?

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