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I need a rubber gasket that goes around the lint filter on an Asko 7305. It is available? If so, what is the price delivered to California. Thanks.

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Go to the part you need is around $15 and the shipping is good on that site I have bought alot of items from them and are great dealer .....

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I've had luck vacuuming the lint and dust out of the humidity sensor on my Asko. Suggest trying that first. While you're in there you might also exercise the connectors at the circuit board end of the sensor's cable(s). If they're corroded, some simple unplugging and replugging a few times might burnish the connectors. I've observed that our dryer will sometimes run longer than necessary on days when the relative humidity is high. Not very often but enough to suspect a trend. If your environmental air is humid, I would wonder if you're experiencing a similar condition. Every couple of years I take the dryer outside and blow it out with the air compressor: air chamber including heater coils as well as all the innards. This also gives me a chance to keep an eye on the belt!

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Fuse on asko dryer 7305 blows after a few minutes on

I assume you are talking about the reset under the little rubber plug on the back of the dryer? The most common cause for this is the very fine lint filter on these Asko's getting dirty and restricting airflow. It may LOOK clean, but unfold it, scrub the screen with a soft brush and dish soap, on all 4 surfaces then let it dry before using it. If this doesn't solve the problem, unhook the dryer vent and try running the dryer with the vent hose removed from the wall. If it doesn't trip then, you need to have your house vent cleaned out because it is restricting airflow. if THAT doesn't fix it, try removing the lower panel at the bottom, then remove the fan cover (kinda round and all the way to the left behind the panel) and checking to see if the blower wheel is clogged with lint, or if it has come loose and is not spinning at all. One of these is almost certainly your problem, unless this is a condensing style dryer. If that's the case then you probably just need to pull the condenser out and clean it.

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I need a power plug for my asko 7305 dryer and can not find one anywhere

Assuming that you need a 220V connector, they can be purchased at home Depot. They are generally made with about three feet of cable attached. you will have to take the back plate off of the dryer and attach the three leads to the proper termination.

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Hello, Welcome to FixYa. Based on your description I`d direct you to first check the hi-temp cut out ( safety ) at the back ( black rubber round button )...if you haven`t already. This is quite common on the Asko dryers like yours. If you push this to reset and the unit works, great. I would keep an eye on it though since the hi-limit typically trips for a reason such as a plugged lint filter, plugged vent ot partially plugged or the heater itself is plugged up with lint. Take the lint filter and clean it under some warm water and soap as they do become plugged with wax over time due to fabric softener and static sheets, thus causing the safety to trip. If it doesn`t heat after-wards or it`s not tripped, you`ll need to investigate for a faulty heater element. This is quite involved, so we`ll cross that bridge when you get there...if necessary. Keep me posted on your progress or what you find and then if you require further assistance. Thanks for choosing FixYa. Please take a second to rate the info I provided accordingly. Thanks again and good luck. Regards, Macmarkus :)

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Hello Susan, Welcome to FixYa. Have you checked to see if perhaps one or both of the fuses may have blown at the back of the unit...I don't mean the hi-limit that you already referred to...I mean the in-line fuses the Asko machines are equipped with. Let me know and we can move forward from here. Regards, Macmarkus :)

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Hi, Based on the explaination in your post I guess the unit will operate without anything in the dryer, correct ? If that is the case if you remove the lower panel you will reveal a plastic cover over the blower housing. Located on the housing you will find the moisture sensor usually hidden under some black puddy. Remove the gum type puddy and there you will find the sensor held in place. Remove the sensor and clean it out best as you can. Re-install the moisture sensor and give it a test. If that fails to remedy the problem you may indeed require a new sensor. Let me know and I can provide you with a part number or you can visit "" and enter your model number and a description of the part you need. Hope this was helpful to you. Let me know or rate my info accordingly. Thanks for visiting "fixya" today and good luck. macmarkus :)

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