Question about Asko Dryers
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There are indeed 2 fuses on the dryer next to the power cord, ( depending on the model, some are actually inside a cover...you`ll have to provide a model number if your Asko doesn`t look like the image below ) left side of back as illustrated below...facing from the back.
Further to this, if they both check out as o.k. I'd suggest you remove the top and check the wiring going to and from the fuse hubs/holders as they can and do become burnt and worn due to metal fatigue over time.
**Unplug the unit from the wall before servicing though...safety first**
The top is easy to remove, just three screws at the back along the top ( # 25 torx heads ) and slide the top back an inch or two and up, it will come off.
You should then see similar to this ( this is an Asko dryer model 7005, but the fuse and connectors will be similar )
The fuse assembly subs to a complete kit now, like shown below.
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Posted on Oct 25, 2010
Yes there is a fuse or circuit breaker in the electrical panel for your home that sends power to the dishwasher. Go to the panel and see if it is labeled. If it is not labeled, turn each breaker full on and then full off and then full on again. Then check the dishwasher. If you have fuses, check each fuse to see if it good or blown. If blown, be sure to replace it with one of the same amperage.
That said, and assuming that there is power going to the dishwasher check these items
1. Door switch
The door switch is important because, if it's defective, the dishwasher won't work at all. To reach it, you need to remove the control panel cover, or sometimes the interior liner of the door. If it's defective, you need to completely replace it. 2. Wiring Often the main wiring connection from the house, at the dishwasher, burns and breaks the connection. If that's the problem, the wires must be repaired/replaced as necessary. If that's not the problem, check the wiring to the door switch, the wiring between the door and the lower part of the dishwasher, and the wiring to the timer. Repair any broken, burned, brittle, or defective wiring, using the proper appliance-grade wire and connectors. 3. Timer or selector switch Although it's uncommon, the timer or the selector switch may be defective. If so, you need to replace the defective part, because neither of these can be repaired.
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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