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When drying a load of clothes the dryer (Asko 7305) simply quit and when I came back to the unit the clothes were dry, but the digital panel was dark and no power available to the unit. I have pushed the black button in the back and nothing happened.

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Hello Susan, Welcome to FixYa. Have you checked to see if perhaps one or both of the fuses may have blown at the back of the unit...I don't mean the hi-limit that you already referred to...I mean the in-line fuses the Asko machines are equipped with. Let me know and we can move forward from here. Regards, Macmarkus :)

Posted on Sep 19, 2010

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