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Front top panel broken on ASKO model 1375 where can i get a replacement


Parts of that type might be hard to get for this model.

Try this site and select the part based on your dishwasher finish.

http://www.repairclinic.com/Shop-For-Parts/a9b126d610738/Model-1375-Asko-Dishwasher-Parts

Apr 01, 2014 | Asko 1375 Dishwasher

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I need to replace the plastic panel on the outside/top( which is the width of the dishwasher and approximately 5-6 inches high) of the dishwasher door on an Asko 1885 model. I ordered the piece from Asko...


Hello, welcome to FixYa.

Having done work for Asko for many years I can tell you you're not going to find a technical service manual on-line for these machines because Asko does not release them.

I can, however offer you a complete illustration of all the machines components including the control panel, thus you should be able to interpret how the panel comes apart.

To address the issue of the entire outer panel coming off, it is easier that way in my opinion, but whether it is necessary I think is up for debate...I usually remove it when I service them.

The sections you are speaking of are indeed "snapped" into place with the exception of the latch assembly and relatively easy to remove from the back. Here is an example of the illustrations I can provide (I can also guide you thrrough the process since I have changed a number of them first hand)

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Let me know if this may be of any use to you and I'll send it to you...though you need to post an email address with your reply if so. I'll watch for your reply.

Regards,

Macmarkus :)

Aug 31, 2011 | Asko Dishwashers

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Hi I had f2 flash up on the control panel so we drained it and turned it back on it now shows 5 on the control panel and wont do anything else it is a ASKO D1976


Hi

Error F2 in asko dishwashers indicate high water level. This may happen due to plugged drain pump or due to faulty water inlet valve. To resolve the issue remove the back plate and check the drain pump. Disconnect the hoses from the drain pump and clear the lint from the hose and the pump area. Lot of water would be there when you'll remove the hose from the pump, be ready to collect it. Let it dry and now the dishwasher will work perfectly now. Hope it helps...

Daniel

Jun 08, 2011 | Asko D1976 Built-in Dishwasher

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What does a "F4" code mean


Hello,

Welcome to FixYa.

I can tell you on the Asko machines the "F4" indicates an error related to the thermistor.

Whether the thermistor is actually at fault is another matter. It may be a faulty wire connection, the thermistor has become dislodged from the bracket mounting it to the tub or yes indeed the thermistor may be at fault.

Here`s what to look for and what it does...

THERMISTOR
Part no. : 80 616 63
Resistance: 40-60K ohms
Room temperature: 68°-86° F (20-30° C)

The thermistor ( for temperature measurement ) is
located between the motor cradle and the holder.

The thermistor measures and controls the water temperature via a heating element. In the event of errors the heater is switched out and F4 displays if the thermistor short-circuits or is disconnected from the program control board or programmer.

**unplug the unit from the dryer or wall whichever applies to your situation...safety first**

If you are capable, remove the rear panel and top panel to ohm out the thermistor to verify if it is within` the values I provided...or perhaps it has dislodged from it`s position as I alluded to.

In the event you need a thermistor and you feel you can replace it yourself I`ll show you how...I do recommend calling in an authorized Asko service provider.

CHANGING THE THERMISTOR

1. Remove the top cover as mentioned
2. Remove the rear panel as mentioned
3. Remove the thermistor by pulling it out to the left.
4. Remove the thermistor header connector from the program control board.
5. Install the new thermistor by threading it through the hole between the cradle and holder.
6. Connect the thermistor to the program control board.
7. Replace the rear panel.
8. Replace the top cover. (Don't forget the two
star washers for the outer screws.)


Hope this helps move you forward or at least gives you an idea of what needs to be looked at.

Let me know if you require further assistance or this is not clear I can post pictures/illustrations. Thanks for choosing FixYa today.

Good luck.

Regards,


Macmarkus :)

Sep 21, 2010 | Asko W6441 Front Load Washer

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Need replacement control selector pad mounted on top of door Asko 1805 fully integrated


Hello, Welcome to FixYa.

The part you`re looking for on the Asko 1805, as I understand your description ( please correct me if I misunderstood )...


the overlay/decor insert across the top of the control panel is Asko part # 80-708-88 (then a -0 for white or -33 for black depending on the color the last digit?digits change).

Check "repairclinic.com" part number 764259, retail for approx. $80.

Hope that answer`s your question. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Thank you for choosing FixYa today.


Please take a moment to rate the information I provided for you and a testimony if you fell it`s warranted.

Good luck.


Regards,

Macmarkus :)

Sep 04, 2010 | Asko 24 in. 1805 Built-in Dishwasher

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Washing machine 6342 front loader has F4.........what does this mean


Hello, welcome to Fixya.

The "F4" code on those Asko washer`s indicates a fault has been detected with the thermistor.

This of course does not mean the thermistor is indeed faulty, it may have just become loose from the bottom of the tub.

Here`s what to look for and what it does...

THERMISTOR
Part no. : 80 616 63
Resistance: 40-60K ohms
Room temperature: 68°–86° F (20–30° C)

The thermistor ( for temperature measurement ) is
located between the motor cradle and the holder.

The thermistor measures and controls the water temperature via a heating element. In the event of errors the heater is switched out if the thermistor short-circuits or is disconnected from the program control board or programmer.

**unplug the unit from the dryer or wall whichever applies to your situation...safety first**

If you are capable remove the rear panel and top panel to ohm out the thermistor to varify if it is within` the values I provided...or perhaps it has dislodged from it`s position...though that is unlikely, it could happen.

In the event you need a thermistor and you feel you can replace it yourself I`ll show you how...I do recommend calling in an authorized Asko service provider.

CHANGING THE THERMISTOR

1. Remove the top cover
2. Remove the rear panel
3. Remove the thermistor by pulling it out to the left.
4. Remove the thermistor header connector from the program control board.
5. Install the new thermistor by threading it through the hole between the cradle and holder.
6. Connect the thermistor to the program control board.
7. Replace the rear panel.
8. Replace the top cover. (Don't forget the two
star washers for the outer screws.)


Hope this helps move you forward or at least gives you an idea of what needs to be looked at.

Let me know if you require further assistance. Thanks for choosing FixYa today.

Good luck.

macmarkus :)




Jul 29, 2010 | Asko Washing Machines

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New install; where to hook up old wiring/plug to ASKO


There should be an installers/repair guide folded up behind the front panel. Check for that as it will show a wireing diagram. I won't be able to get any info until Jan 2. Let me know what you find.

Jan 01, 2009 | Asko D1976 Built-in Dishwasher

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Asko d1876 (black)- despenser problems


it sound like you need a new pcb,if the dispenser is making a buzzing sound,then thats it remove the control panel and see if the tracking is burnt anywhere,also replace the wax motor on the drying vent.

Feb 22, 2008 | Asko D1876 Dishwasher

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ASKO Washing Machine WM220(ASKO 20605)-Control Panel


IS 2 looks like a MOSFET on my machine
I'm not sure on the Manufacturer - Their logo appears to be a large streaked "I"
The numbers on my mosfet read:-
H542
TOP200YAI (this last digit could also be a 1)
PC0288

Cheers from a fellow busted ASKO consumer.. :(
Mine appears to be motor or motor controller related, so if you don't fix yours, I'd be happy to take a few parts off your hands. ;)

Nov 06, 2007 | Televison & Video

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