Asko Washing Machine Problems & Troubleshooting

The Asko washing machine is one of the leading brands available in the world and can be found in many homes across the country.

The manufacturer has designed a very reliable washing machine that is extremely easy to operate.

It is also quite affordable. Still, there are many people who are dealing with problems with their Asko washing machine.

Below are some of the most common Asko washing machine problems and their solutions.

Asko Washing Machine Problems

Asko Washing Machine Problems

Let’s start with easy fixes first.

1. Washer Not Draining:

There are a few common reasons why your washer is not draining water after a wash cycle.

The first reason could be a clogged drain hose. Make sure to unclog the drain hose before continuing with the repair.

The second reason could be a clogged drain pump. It is recommended to have the drain pump replaced at a minimum cost.

If the drain pump is not working, you can install a new one.

2. Water leaks:

There are two possible reasons for water leaking into the washing machine. One is a faulty seal around the door latch. The other possibility is a leaky faucet.

Here are a few things that you need to check:

  • Make sure the lid is closed and secure before you start the washer. This will help to avoid having water leak into the washing machine.
  • Check the water spigots and replace the seals if needed. Once this problem is fixed, try a rinse cycle and check for any other leaks.
  • Inspect the water tank’s water level. If the water level is too low, this could lead to the water leaking out of the water tank. If the water level is too high, it could indicate that the water is attempting to escape through another opening. 

3. The Door Will Not Open Or Close:

Another problem that could occur with your Asko washing machine is the door will not open or close properly and this can be caused by several different things.

One of the most common reasons for this problem is the washer is full and will not allow the door to open.

If this is the case, you should remove some of the items from the wash basket.

Then, turn the water supply off to the washing machine and then try to open the door again.

4. Overfilled load:

The Asko washing machine comes with an automatic fill system which ensures that the washer will never be overfilled.

However, this does not mean that the washer will always select the correct amount of water.

If the detergent pods or fabric softener sheets are not fully dissolved, the wash cycle will use more water than needed.

This extra water will end up in the washer drum and make the machine work harder during the spin cycle.

This, in turn, causes the motor to wear out faster. Also, if there are too many clothes in the load, this could cause the door to stick.

5. Noisy Laundry Program:

This is the first sign of a problem that might occur with your Asko washing machine.

This usually happens when the laundry program is not set correctly. If you notice a noisy laundry program, check out the following:

If your laundry program is not set correctly, it will make a lot of noise. The best way to solve this problem is to reset the laundry program on the washing machine.

To do this:

  • Turn off the power to the washing machine and then press and hold the “START” button for about 5 seconds.
  • Thus, when the washing machine is restarted there will be a brief moment when the buttons are all lit up.
  • Then, release the “START” button and the laundry program will be reset to the default setting.

6. Washing Machine Won’t Start:

If your Asko washing machine won’t start, it could be because the motor has stopped working properly or the water supply is not working.

If you notice that the washing machine not starting, you should check the following:

  • The fuse may have blown or been damaged by a short circuit.
  • If the power cord is loose or damaged.
  • Make sure that the water supply is on and has sufficient pressure.
  • Check the fuses in the breaker box.

One of the most common reasons for this is a broken drain hose or a loose drain plug.

You should try to tighten up the drain hose and then re-attach the drain plug. If this does not work, then you should call an Asko expert to help you with this problem.

However, if you plan to buy a new washer, go through the list of the washing machine brands to avoid first.

7. The Lid Does Not Close:

This can be a sign of something that needs to be repaired. The lid of the washing machine should close properly when it is in use and also after the washing machine is turned off.

There should be no visible gap between the lid and the washing machine.


Final Thoughts on Asko Washing Machine Problems:

As you can see, there are several different things that could go wrong with your Asko washing machine.

Hopefully, by reading this guide, you will be able to easily identify the problem and get your washing machine back into good working order.

The first thing you should do if you notice any of these problems is turn off the power to the washing machine.

Then, unplug the appliance from the wall socket and wait 15 minutes before you start moving the washing machine.

This will give the parts of the washing machine a chance to “relax” and get back to normal.

Also, make sure you do not touch anything electrical when you are working on the washing machine.

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Steven Settles is an ISCET-certified master in appliance repair. He has aced the National Appliance Service Technician Certification Exam, showcasing his exceptional diagnostic and repair skills. With an in-depth understanding of the latest repair technologies and a keen eye on evolving industry standards, Steven is a go-to expert for any appliance issue.

2 thoughts on “Asko Washing Machine Problems & Troubleshooting”

  1. We have an Asko front loader washing machine which vibrates and walk when spinning. Having removed the back plate I’ve found a small broken spring on the floor and wondering if that is the problem?


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