Question about Asko W6441 Front Load Washer
My Asko W660 makes a horrible noise when turned on and it can't be stopped unless the power is turned off. I was able to get the fault indicator "Overflow" to come up after turning it on and off a few times. I've checked the trap and it was clear (oh and detached the red plastic pull that you use unlock the door manually and now have a string hanging, but that is another issue...).
The book says to call a Service Technician. I did, but he can't come for 10 days. Is there anything else I can try myself or I'm stuck with a visit to the laundromat?!
Tip machine back to see if water runs out,then see if it runs.but you may have a leak.also remove top panel and see if grey vent hose on rear of soap draw is leaking on drum end if so replace and glue.if water leaks from there it will damage the motor bearings ant the thermistor that sits above the motor.just tie the door release back on.look into the pump with a tourch,you may fin somthing still in there because if it cant drain it will over fill and cause on overflow fault.hope this helps
Posted on Mar 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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