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IDW604 water will not drain

Have checked for blockage and also checked the pump. Had engineer before to the same problem and he simply used a reset button which I believe was on the side of the machine. I need to locate that reset button again can you tell me where it is ?

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Are you sure you don't have the hose badly placed. It needs to go up at least 30cm but not over the top of the dw height. It will just buzz you don't get this right.

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