Asko washers have one common problem just like all other front load washing machines, Asko uses a small AC drain pump on their washers, this pump will often become clogged with foreign debris creating a no drain, no spin issue.
Set the washer to a drain/spin cycle. In the first few seconds a hum should emit from the drain pump. Hearing the slight hum indicates the drain motor is getting power and more than likely clogged. Bailing the water from the washer before removing the filter is necessary, if water is in the washer and the filter is pulled out the water will rush out of the filter access panel.
Depending on the model of your Asko washer there may be a small hose located behind the drain pump, if this is the case using this hose to drain the water may be easier than bailing with a cup from the inside.
When the water is out of the washer remove the filter head by twisting and pulling out, once out clean the debris from the inside and reassemble. Often on an Asko washer infant socks will make it between the inner and outer tub ending up in the drain pump creating a no spin no drain issue.
The pressure switch located on the top of the washer will not let the washer go into spin with water in the tub, cleaning the drain pump out will normally fix this issue on Asko washers.
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