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Beko wme7267s error code E17 - what does this mean

It seems to be sticking mid program and when I try to cancel it will drain but sticks on that too, when I tested for error is showed code E17! Any ideas what the problem is and how to fix it?

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Hi shawn833, 

F17 Turn the tap on fully, check that the supply hose is not kinked/jammed; clean filter. Also check water pressure is not too low If all these test ok you need to run a load with no clothes with 1 cup of white vinegar this will solve your issue.

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It appears your touchpad has failed in this instance.

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