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Asko T702C Service Manual
That is a pretty easy fix without the manual. Take off the top by removing screws on the back top. Remove the sheet metal screws around the perimeter of the the back panel. Pull the drum off the front enough to drop the belt in front of the drum. Put the back panel back on. Now you can thread the belt back into place. The belt runs with the ridges on the spindle of the motor and on the smooth side on the tensioner.
You should replace the pulley idler when replacing the belt, also. I learned this the hard way and snapped a 5 month old belt.
1/30/2014 1:50:26 PM •
on Jan 30, 2014
Asko T711 Dryer
Most often the top panel is the first to be removed, a couple screws in the back and then lift and slide forward. That normally gives access to view how the rest of the puzzle went together.I changed bearings on my Crosley and never did move the front cover. This might give you a place to start while waiting for a better answer.
1/6/2014 1:40:08 PM •
on Jan 06, 2014
F5 code on Asko 7305, can humidity sensor be bypassed?
I've had luck vacuuming the lint and dust out of the humidity sensor on my Asko. Suggest trying that first. While you're in there you might also exercise the connectors at the circuit board end of the sensor's cable(s). If they're corroded, some simple unplugging and replugging a few times might burnish the connectors.
I've observed that our dryer will sometimes run longer than necessary on days when the relative humidity is high. Not very often but enough to suspect a trend. If your environmental air is humid, I would wonder if you're experiencing a similar condition.
Every couple of years I take the dryer outside and blow it out with the air compressor: air chamber including heater coils as well as all the innards. This also gives me a chance to keep an eye on the belt!
12/25/2013 2:06:06 AM •
on Dec 25, 2013
What fuse? There are more than one.
7/24/2013 2:10:29 PM •
on Jul 24, 2013
Asko W/D. Power to 220 wall outlet and washer
Hello paulehni, welcome to Fixya.
First things first, have you checked the 15amp fuses which are located at the back of your Asko dryer ?
**Turn off your breaker at the home service panel, it should be a 30amp switch**
That is where I`d start and focus your attention. They are at the back as I said 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, amresupply.com, reliableparts.ca etc. 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.
Thank`s for visiting Fixya today and good luck.
3/24/2013 5:15:00 PM •
on Mar 24, 2013
15 Amp Fuse
If its the correct fuse size then you need to find the fault in the machine that is causing it to fuse.
3/8/2012 6:44:21 PM •
on Mar 08, 2012
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