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Asko T781 dryer trips on over temperature

I just moved into a home with a Asko dryer in it. The problem is it trips on over temp and I need to pull the unit out to reset it. I called the previous owner and he said to check the condensate bin, the ventless basket and internal lint screen, all were clean and the condensate reservoir was not full. I had a service tech cone in yesterday and he honestly said he was sure what the problem was but he was going to investigate it. Do you have any clue? Thanks

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Re: Asko T781 dryer trips on over temperature

The problem is probably that it is much lint in the fan, and/or in the back of the drum, so the air is unable to cirkulate fast enough. OR it can be that you are overfilling it with laundry.

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