Question about Asko T741 Dryers
We have Asko T741 Tumble drier, which has served us well for 7.5 years. I have had to take it apart more times than I care to remember to sort various things.
Recently we returned home to find drier had stopped, with control panel lights on as normal, but cloths not fully dried. When we press the start button which is lit as normal, we here the click as normal, as if the motor for the drum is about to start, but then the house circuit breaker trips.
It sounds like either an open circuit or a wire shorting against something like the chassis. Is it possible that the heating element might be loose or broken and be shorting against the bodywork.
Any experience or first hand knowledge would be most helpful.
Thanks in advance.
Could be the element could also be the motor is down to earth
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
Yes time for a full service take to your nearest electrical service place
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
Sound like the belt being broken or slipping badly, burn out motor, or worn support parts.
Good luck and have a nice day
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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