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Asko Washer Drive Motor Replacement #8088099

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This video provides step-by-step instructions for replacing the drive motor on Asko washing machines. The main reason for replacing the motor is if the washer won’t spin or agitate and either all other related parts have been checked or the motor is visibly burned out or physically damaged.

All of the information in this drive motor replacement video is applicable to the following brands: Asko

Tools used: multi-screwdriver, T20 Torx bit, 13mm socket and ratchet

Step By Step Instructions

1
As with any repair, be sure you unplug the appliance before beginning.
2
To replace the drive motor 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 belt.
6
Disconnect the motor wire harness.
7
Now mark the position of the right motor mounting bolt
8
Use a 13 mm socket and wrench to remove the nuts from the mounting bolts.
9
Support the motor as you pull the bolts out and remove the old motor from the mounting bracket.
10
Prepare the new drive motor for installation by transferring the support rods from the old motor to the new one.
11
Position the new motor on the mounting bracket and slide the mounting bolts into place.
12
Rethread and tighten the nuts to secure making sure the right mounting bolt is aligned with the guide mark.
13
Connect the wire harness to the new motor.
14
Replace the drive belt by looping it onto the motor shaft with the grooves facing inward.
15
Now loop the belt onto the pulley while rotating the pulley to fully align the belt.
16
Replace the rear panel by inserting the tabs into the slots in the cabinet frame.
17
Secure the panel with the screws.
18
Secure the hoses in the rear panel retainers.
19
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 instructions for replacing the drive motor on Asko washing machines. The main reason for replacing the motor is if the washer won’t spin or agitate and either all other related parts have been checked or the motor is visibly burned out or physically damaged.

All of the information in this drive motor replacement video is applicable to the following brands: Asko

Tools used: multi-screwdriver, T20 Torx bit, 13mm socket and ratchet
Step-By-Step Instructions
1
As with any repair, be sure you unplug the appliance before beginning.
2
To replace the drive motor 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 belt.
6
Disconnect the motor wire harness.
7
Now mark the position of the right motor mounting bolt
8
Use a 13 mm socket and wrench to remove the nuts from the mounting bolts.
9
Support the motor as you pull the bolts out and remove the old motor from the mounting bracket.
10
Prepare the new drive motor for installation by transferring the support rods from the old motor to the new one.
11
Position the new motor on the mounting bracket and slide the mounting bolts into place.
12
Rethread and tighten the nuts to secure making sure the right mounting bolt is aligned with the guide mark.
13
Connect the wire harness to the new motor.
14
Replace the drive belt by looping it onto the motor shaft with the grooves facing inward.
15
Now loop the belt onto the pulley while rotating the pulley to fully align the belt.
16
Replace the rear panel by inserting the tabs into the slots in the cabinet frame.
17
Secure the panel with the screws.
18
Secure the hoses in the rear panel retainers.
19
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
Cleaner
$22.37
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