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Hotpoint dishwasher model BFI62

Dishwasher is starting the cycle and theres no water coming through! Cleaned all filters and checked inlet pipe I cant get to the back of the actual dishwasher as its in built to the units. The light is stuck on the heavy duty cycle and flashing rapidly. Any ideas need my dishwasher for xmas day as large family to feed and dont fancy the washing up!

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  • zdhbjones Jan 04, 2009

    Hello - i have the same problem as described above - is anyone able to help.



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Water leaking into base of machine. tip dishwasher back and drain out water. then check all seals intact, i.e. around arms, around salt holder etc

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