Question about Asko W6021 Front Load Washer
I would suggest you also consider your detergent. I had this probelm and looked it up on line and discovered that liquid detergents can accumulate a gundge in the drum etc. and that it is best to use powder - I switched and have not had a problem since.
When you first switch allow the wahser to go through a couple of hot cycles with no clothes (I think I may have also used baking soda in one of these cleansing washes.....
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
Open left hand lower panel & remove plug check nothing is caught in pump.If this is clean then then just do some washes occaisionaly water only. If your'e machine may
have not removed all excess water.
An easy check for this is remove top cover 3 screws at rear,will need saftey screw kit available cheap & you will see electrical drawing,you will notice a pressure sensor on drawing
it's really a vacuum switch black with red sticker on top.
Remove vacuum hose & blow slightly on vacuum unit untill you hear or feel diaphram close with power on. Pump will start operating if no water is removed its empty.You can either suck in
on vacuum unit to stop pump or simply switch off.
Posted on May 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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