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AEG 40630 -top and middle lghit are flashing

When I'm turn on the machine the top and middle signal light are flashing and the pump working for some time and stop.

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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.

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