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that is basically what it does
stops coins buttons bra wires etc
most washing machines have a section in the pipe before the pump where the hose comes out a few inches above the bottom and this is like a trap where objects fall and are retained
as most machines are difficult to get to the hose or pump , having a filter there is a bit impracticable as you would be cleaning it every other wash
if your machnie doesn't have an end trap arrangement you could improvise such a unit using a "T" section of plastic pipe with the hose on one end , a cap on the other and the hose to the pump from the middle

Asko W6222 Top... | Answered on Feb 28, 2018

Hi dear,
As I know it happens to other Asko washer models as well. From 800 rpm going up to 12-14 or 1600 rpm. That sounds happens due to vibration generated from motor. I do not thing you can do much about it unless changing motor,which is costly remedy. Thanks.

Asko Washing... | Answered on Feb 19, 2018

Replacing the control panel should be the LAST thing you attempt!
Go back to basics first - does the machine empty when you turn it on? have you removed the water in the machine by lowering the waste hose onto the floor or removing the drain filter? do the program indicators light up?is water flowing through the fill hose / hoses? Are any fault codes showing? If you replaced the fuse, did it blow again? Have you any means of testing electrical Insulation / Earth continuity? Have you tried plugging something else into the washing machine socket - say a kettle or heater etc?
It well may be the Electrical Control Board in the end, BUT if you fit a new board onto a faulty part - say a blown heater - you will probably blow the new board as well, and the shop won't take it back for this reason.

Asko WL6532XXL... | Answered on Feb 03, 2018

Check you have not pushed anything into the pump, also clear any limescsle away

Asko W6021 Front... | Answered on Feb 02, 2018

Yup, LE is the door latch. Seems like at some point the solenoid gets too weak to push the switch that tells the washer the latch is really closed and it cuts power to the latch and won't operate.

The door latch is fairly easy to repair. I've done it twice and I'm just an intermediate DIYer. The latches seem to fail every 3-4 years. You pull the rubber ring and the metal ring from around the door, then undo those two screws you can see around the latch. Then unplug. Then reverse. Unlike many instruction videos for other ASKO models, you do not need to pull the front panel off to do this. Just the rubber ring and huge retaining ring that holds it in place.

The confusion right now is finding the parts because no one SEEMS to have them in stock, but they are easy to get, if you don't bother with google to find them, because you won't find them there. Sub Zero has exclusive rights to distribute Asko parts in the US now. So you have to go through them. If you use google you will find "out of stock" and "discontinued" on the listings of everyone else who used to be allowed to sell them. The official distributors aren't google friendly, I guess.

If you are in New England, you can get parts from Certified Appliance Parts if you are in the Mid Atlantic you have to go through Mid-Atlantic Parts Distributors. If you are elsewhere, search for "sub zero parts" and your state. The right place should come up.

You need ASKO item #3619046410 Door latch It cost me $43.3091b107-adb1-46a6-88c7-2854451f7a6f.png

Asko WL6532XXL... | Answered on Jan 19, 2018

Fixya does not sell Asko parts.

Asko Washing... | Answered on Jan 11, 2018

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