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 Posted: Thu Oct 20th, 2005 10:07 am
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Kiwi-nadian



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Its a bit of a trap for young players:samurai:he he he - some Asko washers have internally brushed motors, and you do need to replace the motor, but I always think if you can remove it, you should be able to replace it.  Asko are also very good at making their appliances easily serviceable, which alot of manufacturers could learn from.



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