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First flashing light.

Machine operates for 5 minutes, and then switches to the first light, that keeps flashing. tried cleaning filters, adding more salt, checked to see if there are any blockages. to no avail. can anyone help

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  • Anonymous Nov 08, 2008

    i am having the same problem but its the first and second light that keeps flashing after 5 mins..has anyone any ideas...

  • Anonymous Nov 18, 2008

    got the same problem & I know there is still some water in the machine so I'm of to drain it now!

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I've just had this issue and managed to get it working again.

The problem is more than likely water sat in the bottom of the machine. Unload and unplug your machine. Tip it backwards by about 45 degrees, and you should notice about 1/2 pint of water leaking out of the back on to the floor (make sure you have some old towels handy).

After doing this my machine started to work again.

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