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Sensor Dryer turns off after a few minutes. Filters are clean and water tray empty. We found that the dryer will work when the filter is not out back in place. When the filter is in the dryer will stop

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The dryer has an overfill cutout if you start and hold in the start button you should hear the pump come on,and pump the water out. then the dryer will start.if it happens again you may have a blockage in the black drain hose take the top panel off and blow down it,or the pump itself could be faulty.(if the dryer is sitting on the floor you have to drain the water into the drawer, if its mounted ontop of a washing machine you can connect the long bkack hose to the sink.

Posted on Mar 02, 2008

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SOURCE: ASKO T780 dryer automatically shuts down after aprox. 20 minutes

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.

Posted on Feb 15, 2009

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Try taking the lint filter out and gently washing it with a soft scrubber. The screening is very fine and it might look clean to sight but might still need a more thorough cleaning.

Posted on Mar 07, 2009

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SOURCE: My asko T760 dryer shuts down after a few minutes.

Remove bottom panel. The condenser unit is on the left side. Open the section by undoing the clips, and look inside the little "cage". That's the sensor. Remove any lint using a toothpick and you should be good to go!

Posted on Jan 10, 2010

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SOURCE: Ive rinsed the bottom filter as advised and dryer still shuts off

also wash the door filter,it may need to be serviced

Posted on Jun 17, 2010

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