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Asko Washer Water Inlet Valve Replacement #8083880

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This video provides step-by-step repair instructions for replacing the water inlet valve on an Asko washing machine. The most common reason for replacing the leveling leg is when the washer vibrates or shakes during operation.

All of the information for this water inlet valve replacement video is applicable to the following brands:
Asko

Tools needed: multi-screwdriver, T20 Torx bit

Step By Step Instructions

1
As with any repair, be sure you unplug the appliance before beginning.
2
To replace the drive belt in your washer, first pull the hoses free of the retainers on the rear panel if applicable.
3
Now use a t-20 torx bit to remove the screws securing the panel.
4
Pull the panel off.
5
Rotate the drive pulley as you pull off the old belt, if still intact.
6
Install the new drive belt by looping it onto the motor shaft with the grooves facing inward.
7
Now loop the belt onto the pulley while rotating the pulley to fully align the belt.
8
Replace the rear panel by inserting the tabs into the slots in the cabinet frame.
9
Secure the panel with the screws.
10
Secure the hoses in the rear panel retainers.
11
You’re now ready to plug the power cord back in and confirm that the washer works properly.
Description
This video provides step-by-step repair instructions for replacing the water inlet valve on an Asko washing machine. The most common reason for replacing the leveling leg is when the washer vibrates or shakes during operation.

All of the information for this water inlet valve replacement video is applicable to the following brands:
Asko

Tools needed: multi-screwdriver, T20 Torx bit
Step-By-Step Instructions
1
As with any repair, be sure you unplug the appliance before beginning.
2
To replace the drive belt in your washer, first pull the hoses free of the retainers on the rear panel if applicable.
3
Now use a t-20 torx bit to remove the screws securing the panel.
4
Pull the panel off.
5
Rotate the drive pulley as you pull off the old belt, if still intact.
6
Install the new drive belt by looping it onto the motor shaft with the grooves facing inward.
7
Now loop the belt onto the pulley while rotating the pulley to fully align the belt.
8
Replace the rear panel by inserting the tabs into the slots in the cabinet frame.
9
Secure the panel with the screws.
10
Secure the hoses in the rear panel retainers.
11
You’re now ready to plug the power cord back in and confirm that the washer works properly.

Applicable Product Model

Parts Needed
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Cleaner
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$22.37
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