The washer is stuck in the draining cycle. If I shut the power off and turn it back on there is a delay before the outlet valve turns on.uring this time if I push the door open button the door will open and then the outlet valve turns on and keeps running with the door open. With machine turned on there is no voltage readings to the wiring to the heating element. I have done nothing to the pressure switch or sensor themselves except remove the hose where they attach and blow down hose into drum to make sure it was clear. There are no burn marks on the circuit board. Thanks again for your help
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Re: follow up to asko w6021
Try replacing the pressure switch i have had this fault before.the rear sensor supplies the correct water level,the front switch controls the heating and spin cycle.keep me posted.Iwork for asko i will speak to tech support on monday and let you know thanks.
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The drain access is at the bottom left of the washer. Insert a screw driver in the right side of the cut-out and and gently pry open. Open the drain pump. You will need a small container and a towel to help catch the water that will be coming out. After letting all the water out, clean out any objects in the drain pump. After cleaning out drain pump, put everything back together and restart washer.
Our W6021 front has had a couple of instances where it would not start the fill cycle as usual.
Normally it would be switched on,the relay would operate and the water would begin to enter the bowl.
We tried a number of things including checking the hose and inlet filter for blockage. We then checked the outlet drain pump trap and found a coin and a drill bit lodged in the entry hole to the trap.
Once the foreign objects were removed ,the machine operated as normal once again.
I will be very careful in future to empty my pockets of metal things.
you could have a bad drain pump.
have you checked the hoses that come from the bottom of the tub to the drain pump for anything that might be stuck in there,also check the hose that comes off the drain pump to the wall and look for an obstruction.
does it keep draining on any cycle and with the door open if so have you done anything with the pressure switch or the pressure sensor(red and black) it sits behind the pressure switch you may have to replace them.also check the board for any burn marks,i think you said you replaced it last time?if you have pressed down on the top of the pressure sensor you will have to replace it.am able to give you my mobile no or not.not sure how this site works.Ian
check to see if there is a small coin in the grey drain hose that joins the pump also see if theres a coin stuck in the black sump hose to the pump.you will have to remove the front panel first.two screws underneath the front a one under the soap drawer.the paddles pull out put small screwdriver in the middle hole and pull hard toward you,they will come out also blow through drain hose to see if somthing stuck coins act like a valve and cause inttermittent draining problems,also check pump impeller isnt damaged it may look ok(white).hope this helps.
I have similar issues with my Asko W660. Once it was a key stuck between the inlet to the pin trap and the trap itself. I got it out by jiggling and poking into the trap area with a narrow strip of plastic. Mostly, though, it just requires a stronger grip on the door to the pin trap--the little handle is slippery, and hard to get a good grip on. Try making a grip out of a piece of duct tape, or grabbing the handle with pliers.