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Neff dishwasher trips the electricity

Switch on my Neff dishwasher and the breaker on my electricity trips turning all electricity in the house off. Isolate and switch off the dishwasher and all is well. How do I fix that? The model type is S5R28F E-NR S4130F0GB/03

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It could be faulty wireing in the dishwasher connection or you could have a leak in the washer causing the wires to get wet. I would have an electrician have a look at it.

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