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Asko Dryer Major Issues

Asko Dryer Electrical Component Faults

If you’re experiencing issues with the belt on your Asko Dryer, here are some DIY steps to help you address the problem:

  1. Safety First: Before starting any repair, ensure the dryer is unplugged to avoid accidents. Safety goggles and gloves are recommended.
  2. Access the Rear Panel: Remove the dryer’s rear panel to gain access to the belt and other components. This usually involves unscrewing the panel from the back of the appliance.
  3. Inspect the Belt: Check the belt for any signs of wear, fraying, or damage. If you notice any issues, it’s likely the cause of your dryer problems.
  4. Remove the Old Belt: Carefully release tension on the belt by moving the tensioner pulley. Slide the old belt off the motor and pulley system.
  5. Get the Right Replacement: Purchase a replacement belt that matches the specifications of your Asko Dryer model. You can find this information in the dryer’s manual or on the manufacturer’s website.
  6. Install the New Belt: Place the new belt over the drum and connect it to the motor and tensioner pulley following the diagram in the manual.
  7. Tension Adjustment: Ensure the belt is properly tensioned. There should be some resistance but not too tight. Refer to the manual for guidance.
  8. Rotate the Drum: Rotate the drum manually to confirm that the belt is properly aligned and functioning.
  9. Reassemble the Dryer: Put the rear panel back in place and secure it with screws. Make sure everything is tightly secured before plugging the dryer back in.
  10. Test the Dryer: Run a short drying cycle to ensure the belt operates smoothly, and the dryer functions without any unusual noises.

If you find the task challenging or encounter difficulties, it’s advisable to seek professional assistance.

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