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I have an asko w6021 washer that has a new board and it will not take on water.I also put on a new water selinoid . still no water and no movement. the door lock does work. stumped?

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  • jimmyzinstal Aug 09, 2010

    thank u for your time

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There can be no movement unless the tub is filled with water to the appropriate level. Since a new board and a new water inlet valve is installed, you should check the continuity or the physical condition of the wire harness connecting the two. Make sure the wire harness is intact and fully inserted to both the board and the water inlet valve assembly.

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Did you replace the entire valve - or just the solenoid on the valve?
Thanks!!
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Posted on Aug 07, 2010

  • jimmyzinstal Aug 07, 2010

    complete assy its the three solenoid valve

  • jimmyzinstal Aug 07, 2010

    when u hold the start /stop in to start mach you can hear the relay on the board click but mach does nothing

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