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This is common. The noise is coming from the water pump. If it bothers you, you can try UNPLUGGING the washer or turn off the Circuit breaker first. Then you can remove the bottom kickplate on the front of the washer and clean around the pump. If there is a water filter scree, clean it out. Make sure there is nothing rubbing against the pump which could cause a buzz. Tighten all fittings and screws to eliminate vibration noise.
The Pump pulsing is sounding like maybe there is not enough water in the spa to keep enough water to the front of the pump. This is called 'cavatate" and is caused by lack of water to the front of the pump. Also check the gate valves in front of the pump and the other side of the discharge of the pump to make sure they are completely open. The Light issue sounds like maybe a relay on the circuit board could be bad or the transformer for the light is going out.
When you flush the toilet, the Saniplus will turn on and off once or twice, this is normal. If it turns on 3 times or more then could be a problem with venting or the discharge pipe installation may not be properly installed. But when you run the sink or shower it will turn on and off constantly, this is normal. The Saniplus pumps out the water as it comes in.
Many variables there on the AEG. Excellent machine but can be more difficult to repair than the other makes.(more interlocks etc).
Strangely enough, it is the basic things that go wrong making it possible to repair on many occasions. I would put about 5 litres of water into the machine manually then close the door and set the machine to spin. The drain pump motor should firstly pump the water out. If not, that could be the problem. If still a problem look and see what type of sensing device the machine has. ie. a pressure switch or a pulse counter. If a pulse counter, it could be defective and the machine senses the incorrect amount of water. If you still have a problem after that you need to contact me giving me details on the first start up with no water in the system. The machine is sequential and follows a set program.
I've got the same problem. If I pause the cycle, wait about 10 seconds, and then resume, the water starts normally. I suspect the Cold Water Inlet Solenoid is sticking, probably due to water sediment in the solenoid causing it to stick. I'll try cleaning it and then replace if that doesn't help and let you know what happens.
running with the door open indicates another fault that could be dangerous unless you have bridged the catch for testing only,
water should flow fast and forceful at all times that it circulates, through both spray arms at once, you have to look for blockages in the system, is the waste outlet pipe high enough, this allows the machine to fill adequately so it doesn't pump intermittently, i doubt very much this is an electrical problem
hope i have helped a little