Asko W6441 front load washer, error code F2. Motor and motor control board replaced and still get F2 error code. Drain pump measures 75.3 resistance so it should be good. Need help to continue.
I am in Australia so my comment relates to that OZ power supply. The first thing I’d do would be to check the pump to eliminate it as the problem. To do that I’d disconnect at the supply end of the pump’s electric cable and make up a 3 pin plug patch lead and supply power to the pump directly through an RCD protected outlet, and see if the pump works independently of the control board. That would confirm the pump is ok and not going to earth (which would trip the RCD.)
Do the water inlet solenoids come off that board? Because if they are, and are mains voltage, check them the same way. Check everything that comes off that board at the appropriate voltage independently.
There will be temp and water flow and drum-wobble sensors which will be low voltage and all need to be independently checked at the right voltage for each to eliminate them as the problem.
A digital multimeter checking the sensors probably won’t do any damage (blow them up).
Visually check the board visually for any burnt or blown components. Some boards have a thermal fuse in the circuit.
Asko should be able to supply the circuit for the board and it’s values. NZ Govt has legislation that compels Asko to provide this info. We got a new board from Asko NZ by post.
Asko W6441 Front...
on Jan 06, 2020
Asko Dishwasher stuck on Drain cycle and won't shut off unless I flip the breaker
When the pump runs continuerly it is probably water in the bottom of the dishwasher, when you drag it out on the floor you can try to flip it to see if any water will run out of the mashine, or you an take the bottom front of to see if you can see any water, there should be a water float in the bottom that is being activatet by the water that can leak from the washing cabinet to the bottom of the dishwasher.
on Oct 22, 2019
How to replace the drum belt on Asko dryer model 793
I don't know but dryers generally are of a fairly crude construction designed to be cheaply assembled by the manufacturer and not so easy to repair.
The ones I have tackled, the belt replacement entailed removing screws until something important fell off and then on and on until the back of the cabinet could be separated from the front far enough to change the belt...
on Oct 11, 2019
I had the same problem. Turns out the reset button on the back of the dryer needs to be pushed; when you push the reset button you should hear a click. If you do not hear a click the problem was probably not the reset button. The button shuts down the dryer heating elements if they are getting too hot and also keeps the drum from turning unless the start button is held down.
If you push the reset button and the dryer starts to work again, I strongly recommend that you stop the dryer and investigate why the heater elements overheated. In my case there was lint/hair build up on the heater elements themselves. Extensive dryer disassembly is required to properly clean the heating elements but it is worth the prevention of a house fire. While you're at it, clean the rest of the machine and the duct work.
Hope this helps
on Aug 23, 2019
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