Question about Asko W6021 Front Load Washer
This is a common problem and there are few causes for the same.
First of all, you need to unplug the machine, remove the back panel ( 8 or so hex screws ) and locate the point where the drainage hose meets the water draining pump ( for this you need to remove the front panel below the pin trap - attached by 2 torq screws . The hose is just pulled off the pump with clamp attached.Check for coins and lint. Then, re - attach the hose with clamp remaining in place ).
If you do not find anything, more often that would indicate a hardware failure. Then, you need to have a multimeter and check the DC voltage at the water pump wiring as Faulty PUMP is most of the common problems on this model. Other than this it could be a case of faulty overflow sensor or water control valve is stuck. The last two are not usually home handy man repair.
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