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On a short cycle (6) it takes 2 hrs to complete and the washing isnt warm on completion (temp 60 degrees I have had a man in to fix it and he changed the element. This has not fixed the problem. Asko W6011

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Did he check the water valve first to assure that hot water is going into the machine through the water valve you can check this buying using a multimeter and checking the voltage going to the vavle and disconnecting the hose on the inside of the machine to assure that hot water is coming in through the vavle please write me back with your finds thanks again
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Posted on Sep 03, 2010

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  • Dawn Burns Feb 24, 2012

    I have the same problem with my Asko w6011 washing machine, it take 2 hours on the short cycle. is this problem expensive to fix or would it be better to replace it my machine is approx 10 years old.

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    Rick Ead Feb 25, 2012

    Also check the pump for any clogs in the line before and after the pump if the water is not able to leave the tub then this could also cause the problem due to the clothing being to wet when the load is finished? I await your reply thanks
    Rick

  • Dawn Burns Mar 11, 2012

    I have checked the pump and there are no clogs in the line is there anything else I can check.
    Thanks
    Dawn

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    Rick Ead Mar 12, 2012

    By checking the pump did you also check the flow of water coming out of the drain line as well if the flow is restricted then water is not leaving the machine how it should also your drain outlet should always be 6 inches above the top of the machine as well to maximize the pumps ability of pushing the water outward as well. How much water is left inside the tub during this two hour run time? Is the unit going into the spin function as well? have you assured that the impellar on the pump is spining? I await your reply
    Thank you
    Rick

  • Rick Ead
    Rick Ead Mar 12, 2012

    also you can perform a continuity test or ohms test on the element as well as the thermostat as well to assure the water is getting to tempreture if either are not functioning then the water would not be heating.
    I await your reply
    Rick

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