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F4 error message. Cleaned out screen at water
There may be excess water in the water reservoir. Empty the washer Turn it off at the mains, and unplug it, then put some old towels on the floor, tip the washer forward until the excess water comes out, Reconnect and try again. Hope this helps it works for me and saves ££££'s in repair fees
Asko W6461W 24"...
on Apr 18, 2010
I had the F3 error code on Asko front load washer. I pulled the coin trap (which I never knew existed) and found a handful of change, paper clips,.a screw, and a couple random plastic doo hickeys. I replaced the filter back into it's original position, twisting to the right. Upon running the next load, water started gushing water from the pump door. Any suggestions?
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.
on Jun 04, 2019
Asko 12005 washing machine vibrates and banging on side when spinning
The load has become unbalanced. Pause the machine in mid-cycle (do not Stop it) and when it ceases spinning, open it and re-distribute the load evenly. Then press Pause again to continue the cycle. Note: if you Stop it, then restart when finished balancing, the machine will start washing from the beginning instead of continuing from where you Paused it.
on Mar 27, 2019
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