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Wf840 f10 error code get worse

6 times out of ten i'm getting the error code f-10, it can happen any time in the cycle usually within the first few mins

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F10 is indicating 2 possible probs with your m/c.
1-interrmittent cold water supply, check pressure and hose.
2-water level switch not sensing correctly, possibly sticking or partially blocked.
Hotpoint recommend calling an engineer for a pressure switch prob. but there callout is £90.00!!!!!.
Plz rate my solution.
.Thanks

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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