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Post# 523477   6/9/2011 at 00:21 (4,785 days old) by 69oyu812 ()        

Anyone know anything about these machines? Decent? seller says they are four years old and in excellent condition, going to pick them up tomorrow night (no idea where I am gonna put them at this point, still not gotten rid of the maytag stacker)
All I know is its an apartment sized machine with a condenser model number as yet

Post# 523545 , Reply# 1   6/9/2011 at 12:58 (4,785 days old) by laundromat (Hilo, Hawaii)        

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I had them and loved the way they worked. The dryer was a condensor and the washer plugged into it.

Post# 523546 , Reply# 2   6/9/2011 at 12:59 (4,785 days old) by laundromat (Hilo, Hawaii)        

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These look older than four.More like 10 years or older.

Post# 523551 , Reply# 3   6/9/2011 at 13:24 (4,785 days old) by cfz2882 (Belle Fourche,SD)        

i have asko t712c condenser dryer made in 2010,bought damaged and fixed-
really like it,seems quite effective and fast for 2500w,holds a lot for it's
size.Only minor complaint i have with mine is if it sits unused for a few days,
the tires of the drum wheels"flatspot"and dryer thumps for around 20 min until
the tires work the flatspots out.The toeboard is clipped on and pulls off
to reveal two red levers that are turned to release the condenser matrix for
cleaning-there is a shipping screw to secure the toeboard during shipping,if
screw still there condenser may have never been cleaned...
These are made in sweden and of very nice quality,but probably not quite up to
miele standard.

Post# 523662 , Reply# 4   6/9/2011 at 22:46 (4,784 days old) by eddy1210 (Burnaby BC Canada)        

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I think you will be very happy with those.  I have an earlier Asko model and am very pleased with it.  The 220 volt heater heats fast.  Very well rinsing machines, I even think that model has an option for 7 rinses and the high water level.

Post# 523672 , Reply# 5   6/10/2011 at 01:12 (4,784 days old) by 69oyu812 ()        
that was fun...

got to the persons place that was selling the machines, they are in very good shape, dryer is a model T721 condenser, washer is W6021, talk about a stellar deal, they were $125 for the set, and they work perfectly!
Internal heater will go up to 205F, slightly hotter than the Moffat I got a couple of weeks ago, but I have far more choices temperature wise with this one, and nine cycles.
Will post photos once they are cleaned up a bit and installed in the laundry room tomorrow morning

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