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My asko w6222 shows F3 and stops. What is an F3 - some kind of error?

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Drainage error
If F3 is flashing on the display, there is a
drainage problem. Check:
• that no objects are stuck in the drainage
hose outlet.
• that the drain pump is not blocked by foreign
objects. Clean the pump (see the
"Care and cleaning" chapter).
• that there are no kinks in the drainage
hose.
After taking the necessary action, run the
Drain program or press the Door Opening
button (key symbol) to empty the machine. If
the problem persists, contact the Customer
Care Center at
1-800-898-1879
www.askousa.com

Posted on May 30, 2008

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