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Cost of motor replacement for asko w6551

What would be the cost of replacing wash motor?

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SOURCE: replace drum bearing ... in a ASKO W6551 step by step

you need to remove the drum start at the front remove front panel,four screws 2 under front,1 behind soap drawer and the one near the filter,next take door off 4 spring clips on the next panel plus screw on door lock,remove door lock,then undo clamp band,bolt at bottom and remove counter weight panel (heavy).remove stainless steel inner panel,use a screwdriver to loosen,from the back remove drum pulley.the drum will then pull out.replace vseal and bearings.hope this helps

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Welcome to FixYa.

This can be associated with worn brushes in the motor or a sign of a damaged spot on the motor armature, hence when you spun the drum off of the dead/damamged part the unit began to operate.

If capable one can remove the rear panel, and with the aid of a flashlight inspect the brushes and armature.

I'm surprised how often I hear of these motors being replaced when in most cases a new set of brushes will remedy the problem...alas I guess there is more profit for technicians for relatively the same amount of work in replacing a motor.

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