I am a appliance repair student trying to fix this macine with no info on it what so ever. when put into wash mode it briefly alows water in than states wash motor fault. any ideas or info would be much appreciated.
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Asko F6 error is apparently a motor fault. The motor could be jammed, open circuit , burnt out?? It may just be a broken wire or connection come off. Check "Google" and type in Asko F6 error. There is a lot of info about it.
This is a motor fault issue.
As I don't know your ability in repairing or what tools you possess.
Simple solution: other then have a repairman do this, the motor has something causing a fault. The vast majority of times in an asko because the motors spin at high speeds then most others is that the brushes wear out. So they most likely need a repair. Turn off machine, remove motor replace brushes.
There other possibilities such as electrical problems but I reckon brushes are the problem, could cost $60 for the pair and takes maybe an hour or two depending the skill of the person attempting.
This is not complex just dirty
I do not endorse repairing any appliance without proper experience in repairing appliances. This is only informative.
potentially sound odd, but run the 90 degree cycle with 3 dishwasher tablets in
the drum. The smell is bacterial and probably the result of a build up of
residue from biological soap powder (Which is simply bacteria that eat your
stains). Dishwasher tablets are anti-bacterial and will kill the bugs making
Before changing components on this unit I like to remove and reinsert all wire connections at the board and motor. This tends to clean the small mount of corrosion that will build up on the connections. After you do this put the machine into a service cycle. The instructions on this is in the tech sheet ou found inside the unit. Part of the service cycle is running the motor at certain set speeds which checks the tach. Good Luck!
Hello Rose, here is a chart to help you identify what the problem is with your asko Failure CodeConditionCheck/Repair
Water supply/low water fill
· Check water supply to machine ·Replace water inlet valve
Water level too high
· Plugged/Bad water pump · Faulty water valve
Check pump trap and clean.
· Open thermistor, replace · Bad wiring to thermistor
Fault in thermal cutout or heating pause fault. Selected temperature not reached in 90 minutes
· Check heating element · Check thermostat
· Check wiring to motor · Replace motor if necessary
Door lock release fault
· Bent pull-rod for door latch · Bad door latch solenoid
Machine did not spin
Check load for out of balance Redistribute load and restart
usually this means the water valve that the hoses are connecting into the machine has gone bad and needs to be replaced if your looking to order the part online i would suggest marcone appliance parts they seem to be the cheapest when it comes to repair parts and they are also one of the biggest I hope this opinion has helped in your appliacne situation and if i can answer any further questions please message me back. Please also remember to rank how this opinion has helped in your appliance situation