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 Posted: Thu Feb 4th, 2010 03:56 pm
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Dryer has TD 73 A on data plate and 7305 on front panel...Owner does not have use and care guide and no service manual...Unit operates for apx. five minute then stops with a f-5 code..  Push cancel and the unit restarts goes five minutes stops....... low air flow at the exhaust vent, thought blocked system, but cannot find how the air flows into the heater area....  ( intake ) disassembled the unit vacuumed the heater area out ( alot of lint/fuzz) unit now runs for apx. 10 minutes then stops...  How does the heater area get it's air in when it is in a sealed area ??  same owner for 10 years......lost/cannot find owners guide.  I think it is a over heating problem or a faulty thermostat.. Unit heats to 160 degs. and maintains till shutdown..             any ideas??

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F5 is a fault in the moisture sensor. May have gookus built up on it that needs to be cleaned off.



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I found a TD 73    7304 Parts Manual

manual emailed



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ASKO DRYER F5 -

Possibly lint covering sensor in front of housing
Also check for:
· Bad sensor (thermistor)
· Bad wiring to sensor



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