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This is caused by the "anti flood" system being activated. Consists of a polystireen float and micro switch at the base of the washer. Once water leaks / spills are detected it activates and puts the washer in pump out mode only. You need to dry the base / check for leaks / rectify leaks (normaly a small hole in pipe or pipe clamp).
This could be that the anti flood device "polystireen float and micro switch at the base has detected water at the bottom due to a leak (pipe or pipe clamp). This device puts the washer in pump out mode and will not continue. Firstly you need to determine what causes the water leak and rectify it before it will continue.
This is a typical Anti Flood system activation. This system activates when water leaks onto the floor of the machiene due to a leak fault (pipe/hose clamp/ partly blocked pipe). The machiene automatically switches to pump out mode and stops water inlet. The anti flood system is a polystireen float / micro switch at the base of the machiene floor. Dry the floor and drectify the leak and it should work.
Sounds like the anti flood system activated that 1) switches water inlet off 2) puts outlet pump on. This is caused by water leaks to the bottom of washer that activates the polystireene float / micro switch. Any water must be dried and any leak repaired before the machiene functions correctly. A partly blocked pipe also causes this type of problem
with hoover it should have a water pump prior to the start of the outlet pipe. Id remove this and check for blockage, as anything in there that wont allow the motor to turn will force the water out somewhere else once its under pressure.
This is caused by the Anti-Flood device at the base of the machiene being activated. This device detects water leaks and is a polystireene float / micro switch that puts the machiene in pump out mode only. You need to determine where the leak comes from (pipe or perforated hose pin hole or pipe clamp etc.) If you tilt the washer and some water comes out from the bottom it is a clear indication that there is a small leak.
This seems like the anti flood system (polystireen float / micro switch) at the base of the washer is triggered,\. This puts the washer in pump out mode and stops inlet of water via the inlet solinoid. Dry the water on the base and then check for any water leaks. (pipe leak)
This seems like the anti flood system (polystireen float / micro switch) at the base of the washer is triggered,\. This puts the washer in pump out mode and stops inlet of water via the inlet solinoid. Dry the water on the base and then check for any water leaks. (pipe leak
MINE DID THE SAME IT WAS DUE TO A SPLIT PIPE ON THE OUTLET OF THE PUMP. THIS CAUSED A SMALL PUDDLE UNDER THE MACHINE THAT TRIPPED THE BUILT IN ANTI FLOOD SWITCH SO CUTTING OF THE POWER TO THE WATER SOLENOID. TO FIND THE LEAK BRIDGE THE ANTI FLOOD SWITCH AND RUN THE MACHINE WHILE LOOKING AT ALL THE PIPE WORK UNDERNEATH. IF IT IS THE HOSE ON THE PUMP OUTLET IT IS BONDED TO THE PUMP BUT YOU CAN CUT IT OF AND REPLACE WITH A HOSE AND HOSE CLIPS. DONT FORGET TO RE-CONNECT THE FLOOD SWITH. HOPE THIS HELPS
You have a leak underneath and it is switching the anti flood switch on. Tip the dish washer back at a 45 deg angle, you will probably get water teak out the back, stand it back upright and try it. although it will probably work you will need to look underneath and find where the leak is coming from, my guess is its the wash pump and will cost around 100 pound for an engineer to repair.