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Brand new ASko T752, H7 error code, no heat, gas supply is fine. Other Asko dryers have a reset button, this one does not, at least not visible on the back. What else could it be?

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  • swessel93 May 22, 2011

    Kevin - thanks for the quick response. I have the manuals and am familiar with what the error code means. I have checked all connections and gas is flowing freely and the valve at the back machine where the hose connects is unobstructed. I know that other Asko dryers have high temp shut offs and an accompanying "reset" button. Do you know if this machine does as well? I cannot locate anywhere on the back of the machine. Any other ideas?



    Scott

  • swessel93 May 22, 2011

    I plan on using the warranty and getting repaired, but it could take awhile to actually get someone to come fix. Was hoping there was something that I could do during the weekend to further diagnose and try to fix

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Hello & Welcome to FixYa

H7 error in your Asko Dryer means that there is a problem with gas valve, either the valve is blocked or the gas supply is not fine. Check your gas supply at the connection of the gas hoses and the valves. If you have already checked all this then use warranty and get the valve replaced. Please get back to me if you have any other questions.

Kevin

Posted on May 22, 2011

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    Kevin White May 22, 2011

    Yes this one
    does not seem to have a reset button, the problem is with the valve that is bad
    and needs replacement. Its just weeks old so why not use warranty and get it
    repaired. Please get back to me if you have any other questions.



    Kevin

    Yes this one does not seem to have a reset button, the problem is with the valve that is bad and needs replacement. Its just weeks old so why not use warranty and get it repaired. Please get back to me if you have any other questions.

    Kevin

  • Kevin White
    Kevin White May 22, 2011

    You can leave it unplugged and check the valve again, I mean nothing else can be wrong with this dryer

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