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Have an Asko W6431 front loading washing machine. F2 fault pump all ok and water pressure switch line seems to be clean , not blocked. No water in bowl.

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SOURCE: Asko W620 washing machine not spinning

Sounds like the motor brushes need to be cleaned or replaced. Take the back off the washer, remove the motor and gently scrape the excess carbon or debris off the brushes with a pocket knife. I did this and it ran well for about 50 loads before building back up. I am ordering new brushes now because when I checked the brushes last week they were obviously worn more than 4 weeks ago.

Posted on Jan 21, 2008

JOE LLAMA
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SOURCE: LG Intello 7KG Washing Machine

You may have some articles that made their way into the pump housing. Alot of times I see dimes get stuck in the ports of the pump, remove and check out thoroly and also check hoses coming to pump for little son of a gun articles that like to hide.

Posted on Apr 01, 2008

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SOURCE: Asko W6431 Quattro front loader

Unplug the machine. Remove the filter, take a flashlight and get your head down to check if something has fallen deeper in filter and pump housing which block the pump turbine. Also, make sure to check if the outlet hose isn't clogged or jammed with something too.

Posted on Apr 24, 2008

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SOURCE: LG WM2355C water leaking under machine after washing finished.

I had this same problem and it was not the supply connections or filters! Under the machine is a rubber bellows. The bellows had sprung a leak. The part was about $10 from Sears and I repaired it in about 30 minutes. The machine is heavy so be careful. Get a friend to make sure the machine won't rock or tip when you're making the repair.

Posted on Sep 16, 2009

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How do I test the float switch and the pressure switch in an Asko D1976 dishwasher? Getting F2 with no water in the pan or in the machine.


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Washer Error Codes
Below is a list of washer error codes for HE & conventional top load washers and front load washers. As more error codes are found or published, we will add to the list. Right now you will find error codes for Asko, Fisher & Paykel, Frigidaire, GE, Kenmore, LG, Maytag, Samsung, and Whirlpool. This list might not be complete and should be used for reference only.
Asko Washer Error Codes
• F1--Water supply/low water fill.
o 1. Check water supply to machine.
o 2. Replace water inlet valve.
• F2--Water level too high.
o 1. Plugged/Bad water pump.
o 2. Faulty water valve.

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Aquarius wml560g f2 f4 and door lock lights on. nothing happens.


f2 is motor tacho detached / motor jamed f4 pressure switch jammed on empty if there is still water in your washer its proberly the filter blocked or the pressure chamber the motor tacho registed the fault on to the computer because it could not turn at full speed the fault would indecate to me that if you clean your blockage in the pump / filter /presure chamber also if you have your washer drain hose connected under your sink take that of and check also

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Stops cycle reads suds or F2


The fault code indicates a draining problem and the display can be cleared by pressing the Pause/Cancel button twice. "Sud" code flashes 4 minutes after the pump is turned on and 4 minutes later "F02" flashes. Either the pump filter is blocked, the drain hose is clogged/kinked, the pressure switch is stuck in the full position, or the pump itself is not working.

Disconnect power and
remove the three screws attaching the lower front access panel to the cabinet then pull the panel down and off the cabinet. You can prop up the bottom front edge of the washer or cushion and lean it against the wall to access and remove the screws more easily.

Once the panel is off, remove the filter from the pump housing by turning the knob counterclockwise. Clean the filter from any debris that prevents water from draining out properly. Click on the link below for further troubleshooting should the cleaning of the filter does not resolve the problem.

Troubleshooting Error Code F02 on Kenmore Elite and Whirlpool Duet Front Load Washing Machines

Nov 16, 2010 | Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer

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F2 code coming on several times during a wash


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Regarding 'suds', the junk in your filter could be affecting the thin tube going from the pump area to the 'pressure switch' near the controls. This should not be blocked, remove clip from top & blow into it (after cleaning out the filter). If blocked clear it out. Do not wait for filter to clog up. Check it now & then, according to usage.

Nov 06, 2009 | Kenmore Elite 45986 Front Load Washer

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The washing machine stopped on the rinse (6) with an F-3. Now what do I do?


Hi,

"F3" on Asko means the machine detected an interuption in the drain sequence. could be as simple as a coin or some other debris causing the fault, but it may be the pump is faulty as well. first things first.

**UNPLUG the unit from the dryer, or from the wall, which ever applies to your set-up**

in the lower left corner on the front of your washer is a "pin catcher/lint filter" for the pump (a pump insert asko calls it). unscrew this insert, clean out whatever is obstructing the pump and you should be fine to continue. unless the pump itself is at fault. **you will need to drain whatever water is in the unit into a drain, or pan thru the little drain line from the pump (refer to your manual if you have access to it).

hope that helps,

good luck

Sep 28, 2009 | Asko W6021 Front Load Washer

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Asko w640 has a water inlet fault


Check the drain line to make sure the water does not siphon out as it enters the machine.

Mar 10, 2009 | Asko W640

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Asko W6431 Quattro front loader


Unplug the machine. Remove the filter, take a flashlight and get your head down to check if something has fallen deeper in filter and pump housing which block the pump turbine. Also, make sure to check if the outlet hose isn't clogged or jammed with something too.

Apr 24, 2008 | Asko W6021 Front Load Washer

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E60 error code


Found These Fault Codes On Internet, Hope This Helps, Daz

ALARM CODES

E00(E00)- Problems with water fill during washing
-Tap closed; solenoid valve, water distributor, wiring ,main PCB, pressure switches

E01(E00)- Problems with water fill during drying
-Tap closed; solenoid valve, wiring , main PCB, pressure switches

E10(E10)- Problems with water drain during washing
-Drain hose kinked, filter blocked, drain pump, water distributor, wiring , main PCB, pressure switches

E11(E10)- Problems with water drain during drying
-Drain hose kinked, filter blocked, drain pump, pressure switches

E20(E20)- Door open
-Cycle in Door delay, wiring , main PCB

E21(E20)- Fault in door delay power triac
-Wiring , main PCB

E30- Fault in electronic pressure switch
-Electronic pressure switch, wiring , main PCB

E31- Fault in electronic pressure switch circuit
-Main PCB (fault in electronic pressure switch circuit)

E32(E10)-Calibration error in electronic pressure switch
-Electronic pressure switch, drain pump, wiring , main PCB, filter blocked

E33- Incongruency between electronic pressure switches and safety switch 1
-Electronic pressure switch, safety pressure switch,wiring, main PCB

E34- Incongruency between electronic pressureswitches and safety switch 2
-Electronic pressure switch, safety pressure switch,wiring, main PCB

E35- Intervention of anti-overflow pressure switch
-Solenoid valve, water distributor, wiring, main PCB,anti-overflow pressure switch

E36- Water leakage (maximum number of resets exceeded)
-Water leakage, drain hose too low, pressure switch,wiring, main PCB

E40- Motor power triac short-circuited
-Main PCB (triac short-circuited)

E41- No signal from tachimetric generator
-Tachimetric generator on motor, wiring, main PCB

E42- Fault in tachimetric generator circuit
-Main PCB (tachimetric generator sensing circuit)

E43- Intervention of motor overload protection
-Motor, wiring, main PCB

E50- Insufficient heating during wash phase
-NTC sensor setting incorrect, heating element, wiring,main PCB

E51- Overheating during wash phase
-Heating element (to earth), main PCB (relays)

E52- Insufficient heating during drying phase
-NTC sensor setting incorrect, safety thermostat,thermostats, drying heater, wiring, main PCB (relays)

E53- Overheating during drying phase
-Drying heater (to earth), main PCB (relays)

E55- Fault in power relay for heating element (K3)
-Safety pressure switch 2, wiring, main PCB- 6 -

E60- Fault in washing NTC sensor
-Washing NTC sensor, wiring, main PCB

E61- Fault in drying NTC sensor(condenser)
-Drying NTC sensor (condenser), wiring, main PCB

E62- Fault in drying NTC sensor(duct)
-Drying NTC sensor (duct), wiring, main PCB

E63- Fault in 1/2 power thermostat
-Drying NTC sensor (duct), 1/2 power thermostat, wiring,main PCB

E70- Power triac to distributor motor short-circuited
-Main PCB (triac short-circuited)

E71- Fault in power relay to distributor loads
-Main PCB (relay open)

E72- No distributor position signal
-Water distributor motor, wiring, main PCB

E73- Incorrect timing on distributor contacts
-Water distributor, wiring, main PCB

E90- Fault in tank fill pump
-Hoses obstructed, tank fill pump, wiring

E91- Fault in tank drain pump
-Hoses obstructed, tank drain pump, wiring

E92- Fault in power triac to tank fill pump
-Tank fill pump, wiring, main PCB

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