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Asko Secadoras
Asko Secadoras

Asko Secadoras

Los secadores con bomba de calor de ASKO son sistemas cerrados en los que el aire circula constantemente, lo que significa que pueden instalarse en espacios reducidos con poca entrada de aire. El aire se deshumidifica con la ayuda de un evaporador en lugar de sólo con calor, de modo que se pueden utilizar temperaturas más bajas en el proceso de secado. Esto, a su vez, hace que el proceso de secado sea más suave, sin que se pierda capacidad o eficacia de secado. Además de un secado más suave, la secadora con bomba de calor también reduce el riesgo de encogimiento, lo que significa que se pueden secar incluso tejidos muy sensibles.

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Product Reviews:

Swedish whitegoods brand Asko designs and manufactures numerous kitchen and
Swedish whitegoods brand Asko designs and manufactures numerous kitchen and laundry appliances. It has a strong focus on energy-efficiency, which is particularly evident in its clothes dryer range. Producing mostly heat pump dryers, Asko might not be the cheapest name around, but you can probably expect a clothes dryer that will save you money on electricity bills in the long-term, provided you’re happy to pay a little extra upfront. Read on for a guide on what features and technology you can expect from the Asko range.
Published: June 24, 2020
Tahnee-Jae Lopez-Vito
Source: canstarblue.com

Overall the Asko dryer we have is incredibly perfect. It is reliable and fi
Overall the Asko dryer we have is incredibly perfect. It is reliable and fits neat in a 2'x2' space stacked. The only complaint is that they are super expensive and expensive to repair. For example, we needed to repair the dryer and the installation of a simple fan belt cost $600.
Published: February 19, 2019
Jay of Huntington, NY
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I bought a package washing machine and dryer with the ironing board include
I bought a package washing machine and dryer with the ironing board included. I bought it from Retravision who told us that it was a new model, so we bought it after the sales person said that Asko is very reliable and we wouldnt have any problems. It was only a month in and already the washing machine was playing up; we put up with the problem for a couple of months but became unbearable. Now, the dryer isnt spinning and one problem after the next. We then find out from the service people that the units we bought were actually four years old stock; not what we were told when we purchased them. I would love for someone from Asko Management to rectify this problem, so we have machines that actually work.
Published: November 12, 2011
Wilson of Perth, OTHER
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Washer/dryer set are 5 years old. Washer has broken 3 times (Twice the magn
Washer/dryer set are 5 years old. Washer has broken 3 times (Twice the magnet component on the drum broke and once the latch had a short in the switch and wouldnt start). All three of the repairs were under warranty but all took a week or more to be fixed. Now the dryer is broken. Faulty gas valve. No longer under warranty. I wouldnt recommend Asko appliances to anyone.
Published: April 12, 2015
Rachel of Lynden, WA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I purchased an Asko washer/dryer combo on 11/26/10, registered warranty on
I purchased an Asko washer/dryer combo on 11/26/10, registered warranty on 1/20/11. Unit needed repair within 1 year. I called service tech (after getting approval from Asko). No problem. Within days, it needed another repair. It took over 2 months as Asko had to send the part. Now, we are on #3 repair. Its been almost 3 months and I have no working unit. Today, Asko says our warranty is not valid, yet our initial call (3 or so months ago!) involved a repair person coming out, Asko telling us and the tech they were sending the parts, and an offer to basically rebuild the unit. No repairs have happened. By the way, 3 years from 11/26/10 is 11/26/13. Its Dec. 21, 2012. My husband has had many phone calls and emails with various people. Finally, Chris ** agreed to refund us $550 for the unit. I am more skeptical and called again for more information and was told it will be $550 toward the purchase of another Asko washer. I was also told they do not make washer/dryer combo units. Well! Whats the point? Asko made one before. We have the WCAM 1812. We purchased a supposedly top-of-the-line product that doesnt work. Why would I buy anything else from this company? Asko hasnt honored this warranty. Why would I expect them to honor any of their warranties on any of their products?I can go online, enter our serial and model # and pull up a page that says its a 3-year, Bumper to Bumper, No Worry Parts and Labor Warranty. Yet, I still have a useless piece of junk sitting in my home purchased from a company that continues to lie to me. Their customer service reps just seem depressed and are virtually useless. But I will continue to call and write until this runs out on 11/26/2013.
Published: December 22, 2012
Carole of Tulsa, OK
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I purchased an ASKO dryer in November 2019. Today 05/13/2020 I'm havin
I purchased an ASKO dryer in November 2019. Today 05/13/2020 I'm having problems with it. The gasket came off. The technician was here, worked on it. He put the gasket on but it looks terrible, like a 2 yr. old put it on. He messed up the door where it's now hard to close and scratched it. It's now making weird noises. Worse. $2,000 machine.
Published: May 24, 2020
Joyce of Boca Raton, FL
Source: consumeraffairs.com

After purchasing a washing machine (8KG Front Loader Washing Machine: W4086
After purchasing a washing machine (8KG Front Loader Washing Machine: W4086P.W.AU), dryer and pedestal drawer from ASKO in March 2020, we have had the washing machine replaced because the first one was faulty then the 2nd machine repaired twice because it leaked. We are awaiting our third replacement pedestal drawer because the first two were faulty. Customer service is non-existent. Highly recommend NEVER buying from this company.
Published: July 7, 2020
Qld of Bundaberg, Other
Source: consumeraffairs.com

Clothes roll into tight tube and will not rinse well or be clean even with
Clothes roll into tight tube and will not rinse well or be clean even with reverse of tub. The dryer rolls clothes into tight tube shape and have to pause cycle to untangle; even single sheet for drying.
Published: December 7, 2020
Gary of Johnson City, TN
Source: consumeraffairs.com

This drier is efficient, does not need ventilation. I has not missed a beat
This drier is efficient, does not need ventilation. I has not missed a beat in the 5 years I have had it and I bought it from a clearance sale. One piece of advice if you are new to Heat Pump driers, READ THE MANUAL! and clean the filters as per the instructions.
Published: June 19, 2020
Adrian
Source: productreview.com.au

This machine was looked after by myself, and very much so, and had Asko dea
This machine was looked after by myself, and very much so, and had Asko dealers come and do the services on it. Hence my disappointment when it died around November 2020, after only purchasing it in May 2015. I had the Asko repair man out twice during 2020 as something was amiss, to be told the cost to repair would be staggering, as they would need to order and replace the main box before they could even attempt to find the issue with it, the decision not to repair was simple, it would then cost more than half the price I paid for it in the first place, and that was without the service calls already paid for to fix it !! So I have an amazing looking Asko Heat Pump Dryer, that still looks brand new, sitting on top of my Asko Washer unable to do it's job. I will never buy an Asko dryer again, even if it's on SALE, as mine was, as for the price $$$$, definitely not worth the value for money the length of time it lasted when knowing how well the machine was looked after in the first place.
Published: June 10, 2015
Leone Corker
Source: productreview.com.au

Bought a gorgeous stackable titanium ASKO washer/dryer in May of 2013. By D
Bought a gorgeous stackable titanium ASKO washer/dryer in May of 2013. By December the dryer was whistling a high pitched squeal. Turns out the belt was already a problem. We took the time to hunt down the proper warranty repair folks. They didnt have a replacement belt. They told us it would be at least three weeks for the belt to arrive. The washer is amazing and does a great job. We like the dryer as well - except for the whistle from the bad belt and the very loud performance altogether. Part of the reason we bought this model is that it is supposedly made for small spaces. But why would they design a product that floods its space with what sounds like a gigantic hair dryer? We have to leave the house to dry clothes because the dryer is SO loud. And the bad belt/whistle? Unbearable! Like so many European products, it is made of quality materials, is deeply thought through - but fail to work reliably. So frustrating!!!!! I hate to say it, but the repair folks are eventually going to come back and replace the practically new belt that doesnt work (already) - and I dont trust that the replacement wont have the same problem! I want ASKO to do well as I like the Swedes and the design is beautiful and I love beauty - but...
Published: February 13, 2014
Tim of San Anselmo, CA
Source: consumeraffairs.com

If anyone is considering ASKO dont bother. Useless bunch of ???. Service is
If anyone is considering ASKO dont bother. Useless bunch of ???. Service is a joke. Washing machine paid in full weeks ago, ordered and promised to be delivered 3 times over last few weeks, today being the latest promise.... Guess what.. no bloody machine delivered. Could have bought an LG machine and dryer for less and be using the bloody thing now. Beyond pissed off.
Published: December 1, 2020
JACQUI of Other, Other
Source: consumeraffairs.com

I bought a washer and dryer, that was bought second hand from a reputable A
I bought a washer and dryer, that was bought second hand from a reputable Asko dealer. It was still within its warranty period. After 5 days of usage, the washer quit working. I called Asko, and for two days, they asked for sales receipts, had the installer go out and check and make sure it was all hooked up, and verify it was not a user or install problem. It took 2-3 days to re-register the product. Then when it came time to actually do the work, they said it was not under warranty, because the original purchaser had not registered it within 90 days of purchase. I talked with a supervisor as well, and all they did was say it was policy, policy, policy, like they were robots. If this was the problem, why did they waste 2-3 days of our time, and have people go out and check things out? Would I ever buy Asko again? Absolutely not. They treat their customers like dirt, and talked down to me, because the original purchaser did not register on time, and I should have checked this out before purchase. For as expensive as their product is, you think you would get better customer service. For them, it was all about being registered, the numbers, nothing about the human on the other end. The story does have a happy ending though. The appliance dealer took back the Asko appliances, apologized, and brought out a new pair of Electrolux, and did not charge for the delivery. Hamiltons Appliance in Gladstone Oregon rocks! They have awesome service. Asko customer service needs to have more humanity, and not waste peoples time, and then in the end, deny them service. It’s not a good way of keeping your customers.
Published: March 15, 2012
Doug of Gladstone, OR
Source: consumeraffairs.com

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