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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... | Answered on Jan 06, 2020


https://www.repairclinic.com

Asko Washing... | Answered on Dec 08, 2019


The drawer is flushed at some point in the wash cycle to remove powdered detergent residue.

Asko Washing... | Answered on Nov 27, 2019


Apparently it is as much as a 16 year old model, and I could not locate instructions for that model, using https www.google.com.

There was a site with parts, however, but not a manual.

A similar model manual, for W6021, shows controls that may be similar.

https://www.manualslib.com/manual/396407/Asko-W6021.html

Asko Washing... | Answered on Oct 12, 2019


It is likely that the timer is stuck and will have to be replaced.

Asko Washing... | Answered on Sep 18, 2019


It could be a faulty water inlet valve, but it could also be a blocked tube between the tub, and the water level pressure switch, because over time, this can become blocked, and affect how much water enters the machine.
An easy test is to put the machine on a fill cycle and then turn of the mains power to the machine as the machine begins to fill; if the machine continues to fill, it is probably the water valve; if not, check the tube from the tub to the pressure switch.
I hope this helps?

Asko Washing... | Answered on Sep 10, 2019


F3 problem, I had the issue on model W6461, however, judging by the amount of F3 issues posted this could work on other ASKO models If the coin trap in the drain is clear of debris, try this. Stages as follows:
1) Open drain pump door (bottom left of machine).
2) Remove black pipe and drain residual water.
3) Unscrew coin trap and remove, use a container to hold the water.
4) Leave the container underneath and make sure you have some towels ready (I didn't at the time)
5) Where the washing machine drain hose connects to the outlet in the wall or U bend connector remove this and expose the end.
6) Blow into the drain hose as hard as possible......hopefully the blockage will clear back through the coin trap.
7) Pour some water into the open end and blow this back through the drain as well.

Result:
A large lump of sludge, three of my 5 year olds small counter coins and about a litre of water (all over the floor, don't forget the towels!)

Just ran the machine now and fault cleared.


Good luck

Jurgo

Asko W6461 Front... | Answered on Jul 08, 2019


If the main PCB is still pulsing the "beeper" even when unplugged, it would be the on board capacitors still charging it. Apart from changing the main PCB, I would suggest you leave it unplugged for as long as necessary to fully power down the capacitors. It will take a few hours or more. Try using the machine when it has stopped beeping. It may then be OK. If not, a board replacement will be the only solution.

Asko Washing... | Answered on Jun 10, 2019


Hi Jacqueline,the filter will usually have a rubber o-ring gasket to seal the opening to prevent leaks. When you cleaned it,the gasket may have kinked, torn or popped out of the groove that holds it in place. Open the filter and check if the gasket is in place, if not slide it back into the groove and that should stop it from leaking. Also check the small drain hose, make sure the stopper is in. That should take care of any leaks in that area. If the leak continues I would suggest calling a local repair company. Hope that helps.

Asko Washing... | Answered on Jun 04, 2019


you have not provided enough information to even begin troubleshooting. I recommend a repair technician be contacted. This is not a do-it-yourselfer job if you don't have experience.

Asko Washing... | Answered on May 28, 2019


try turning the tap off at the if unplugging the machine didnt work,i would say you water solenoid is stuck open

Asko Washing... | Answered on Apr 22, 2019


SORRY BUT HOW WOULD A REPAIR FORUM KNOW WHERE AN OLD SOAP TRAY MIGHT BE FOUND .

Asko Washing... | Answered on Apr 13, 2019

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