Question about Asko Washing Machines
The plastic control panel on my Asko 20005 washer has broken in some places. How can the two circuit boards mounted to the orig. plastic control panel be installed onto a new control panel? They appear to be held in place and properly spaced one above the other by some clear plastic supports that come through holes in the circuit boards themselves and are mounted to the back (inside) of the control panel somehow.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
most paddles are removed by grabbing hold of the paddle and pull towards the front of the washer which should release them youll need to lift it out when you have pulled on them love
Posted on Sep 12, 2007
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It can be be your speed control unit. It also can be your door switch. Even though it locks there is still another switch inside that sometimes fails. That is your cheapest way to start and a lot of times that fixes it. If not replace the speed control unit.
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
The code means the detergent door is open. There is a magnet placed inside the detergent door cover housing that has probably fallen out. This magnet completes a circuit when the door is closed. It usually happens when cleaning the compartment and can usually be found stuck somewhere on the washer metal body itself or somewhere on the path you took while taking it to wash it out. Take the detergent tray out and dissamble it by pushing open the plastic tabs that hold it together. Look for the small 1"long magnet. If there isn't one. take your tray assembly to a repair dealer and have them put a new one back in. It is just a few dollars and your problem will be solved.
Posted on May 12, 2009
It's a bad wax motor inside the door latch. The diagnostics are buggy and do not test it properly. It should measure about 1.5K ohms, and when 120 VAC is applied to it, it should extend in about a minute. Part number 12002535 is $10 to $15.
Posted on May 14, 2009
The rear half of the outer tub, with bearing is part #
131525500 and it looks like the back "spider" shaft is not available as a separate part from the inner drum. The "spider" shaft is most likely worn or damaged and in need of replacement also.
Then, there's that strut
Now, two pain in the back side hours of your labor and you've got your washer back, at more than what a new one would cost! Junk it and get a new larger capacity front loader.
Please don't rate this, as anything but the top rating will lower my score. I'm just giving you my honest opinion, that your machine is not economical to repair. I've owned a LG front loader for over 6 years and think they are the best, but there are other good front loaders out there also.
Posted on May 19, 2009
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