Question about Asko T701 Electric Dryer
Asko dryer runs for approximately 2 minutes and will stop, push reset button and will run for 1-2 minutes and stop again. This is a stackable unit - what could be wrong? If it's a fuse where are fuses located, if it's a sensor where is that located and where could we find parts for it.
How long have you had the dryer? It sounds like it is overheating, and the most likely cause is accumulated lint. You can check this by removing the round plastic covers on either side panel. Just rotate them and they will pop out. Clean out any lint you see in the air channels and replace the covers.
Also check your ducting - it may be partially or fully blocked by something. You could test this by disconnecting the ducting, then running the dryer to see if it still shuts off. (Prepare for some loose lint flying out in this event.)
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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