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Programme not going through cycle

Set programme at 40 d and programme selector does not move round.

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  • ysmith4 Dec 28, 2008

    programme selector not moving round - clothes very wet, then have to turn programme to final spin

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Hi does the machine fill with water? If the machine programme dial does not move then it is more than likely to be the heat cycle that needs looking at!
If you are local to me then we can arrange a visit to repair.
Good luck.............................

Posted on Dec 28, 2008

  • Kris Seymour Dec 28, 2008

    Yeah sounds like the heating cycle is in need of repair!

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hello try restting it before you bin it
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