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All lights flash on front of wahing Machine, it tkes for ever to try and start the cycle. When it does start, all the lights continue to flash repeatedly. It does complete the cycle though. The washing machine in question is Hotpoint WT746 7KG model

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  • scorgan Sep 13, 2008

    Ok, Thanks for the quick response, will try that when cycle is finished and let you know the outcome.

    If it's a faulty control panel, can these be replaced easily? Are they expensive?

  • scorgan Sep 14, 2008

    Still does the same thing, all the lights continue to flash on the control panel. Forgot to say, I am from the UK and can't seem to find my Washing Machine listed.



    Hotpoint Ultima WT746

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Try first unplugging the power cord for thirty minutes.
If the error does not clear then it is probably a faulty control panel.
When the fault is on a different part (eg. pump, sensor etc.) you get an error code.

You can find the replacement control/timer assembly here.


If you need to call repair service you can use the number printed at the end of the owner manual.

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