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F4 flashing on asko front loader W6222 - Asko 24 in. D3350 Dishwasher

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SOURCE: how do you remove the agitators on the asko w6222

dont be afraid to use pressure and lean the screw driver to the left as you pull down on the agitator goodluck

Posted on Aug 07, 2010

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SOURCE: Hi, I have the ASKO W6222 front load washer, my

if the valve was stuck open it would run all the time the washer was on i would say that there is a power short running to the valve turning it on when not selected

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Posted on Jan 04, 2011

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SOURCE: I have an f3 and

F3 indicates a problem with the drain pump. At the bottom left of the machine, theres a square cut-out. This is where the drain pump is located. Using a flat head screwdriver or similar object, insert in opening on right side and gently pry open the drain pump cover.
Once the cover has been opened, be careful when opening the drain pump, as there is always a little water left in the drain pump. Before you open the drain pump, place a small container on the floor below the drain to catch the water. Pull the small black hose from the door and let the water drain into the container. You can now open the drain pump to clean it out. Also clean the pump rotor at the back of the pump housing. Replace the drain cover and reconnect the drain hose securely back to its position on the door. Close the cover.

F4 indicates a problem with the water inlet valve. Make sure the water supply is fully turned on. If no water enters the machine, then turn water supply off. Disconnect the hoses from the water inlet valve to see if the strainer in the inlet connection is blocked. Reconnect the hoses and turn on water supply. Hopefully this solves your problem.

Posted on Feb 14, 2011

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SOURCE: Asko washing machine w6222 front loader will not start, I checked the drain at bottom and appears clear

sounds like your water inlet valve has failed .

Posted on Jun 25, 2016

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dont be afraid to use pressure and lean the screw driver to the left as you pull down on the agitator goodluck

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