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Re: no led light how do you check fuses?
Hello, in the back of the dryer there is a air intake spot that was so full of lint and stuff..Yeah Exactly open the back cover and you can exactly find the fuses below the air intake spot !!!...Thank you...
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If it there is power in the system (red light on power swithch),yet the dryer does not run - with a totally blank LED screen (no error message), the controller board may be out. You can snap in a new one (remove the top of the dryer, take picture to make sure you know where the wires go) remove from clips n replace. Only thing, it'll cost you $220 to buy a new one. Try repairclinic.com - if it doesn't work you can return for full refund.
evidently. there is/are fuses on the back of the dryer, I am assuming one of those may be blown. Here is a manual I found, it does not have a wiring schematic on it, so I am assuming that Asko is the same as any other manufacture, meaning they put the schematic in the top left hand corner of the control panel on there dryers. Should be 6 screws. I hope this helps Tim:
**Turn off your breaker at the home service panel, it should be a 30amp switch or unplug it from the wall...safety first**
The fuses are at the back located next to where the power cord exit`s the unit. Look for 2 small round slotted caps ( these are the fuse holders/hubs ) either black or gray in color.
With a flat screwdriver fitted in the slot of the fuse hub, turn it a half turn counter clockwise an it should drop out...though it may need to be pulled out if it`s stuck in the holder part.
Replace with a 15amp "slow blow" ( the only difference is the slow blow are filled with sand and aren`t transparent glass tubes but rather gray or white in color ) if the fuse is blown.
You can find these fuses at most brick & mortar appliance part stores or on-line parts vendors such as repairclinic.com, reliableparts.ca etc.
Asko part number is #8058140 and you should replace both. The number may substitue to an in-store number, it really depends on the vendor, just provide your model number and you should have no trouble.
Hope that is helpful. If so please rate the solution accordingly, if not let me know what you find or if you require further assitance.
Does it start at all ? Check the hi-limit at the back, or the fuses also at the back. These are common occurance's with Asko. The hi-limit is located on the back wall under a small round "black" button...push to reset. If tripped, check your venting after resetting.
Fuses are on the upper left side in the back by the power cord, right by where the washer power outlet is located ( if applicable to your setup ). If one or both are bad, consider replacing the fuse hub and holder too. Typically if the fuse or fuses are open/blown, the holder and hub are suffering from "metal fatigue" as they do over time, hence causing the fuse to blow from increased resistance from the fatigue.
Let me know if any of that help's, or if I can assist you further.