Question about Asko W6021 Front Load Washer
Greendude, I replaced the pressure switch on the washer this did nothing, I then had a service person come out and they talked to asko technical support who said a washer which was draining wtih the door open was due to a bad circuit board. The tech replaced the board and the the washer statrted to work and filled with water. It did not proceed from there. Once again the cycles could be advanced manually by pressing the start stop button and manually moving to the next cycle. Once we got tto position 10 spinn the washer would spin then drain and continue to drain and is right back where we were before . Anymore ideas would be appreciated
Check that all the plugs are in the correct position on the board,you may have introduced the fault,because the only fault you had to start with was worn carbons.did you break off any links maybe J4 etc if the original board had the link taken off and you dont do it on the new board you will hard program the new board and will have to order another board. is the machine heating.put on wool wash and select heating you should hear it start to heat.let me know.thanks Ian
Posted on Apr 01, 2008
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