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Water doesn't go in and he couldn't see what is wrong with machin

I had a guy caming this morning advise me to buy a new machine after i paid $88 for 10 minuts what a rip off. the problem is water doesn't come in and to replace the part would cost 150 and then he can see what is wrong with machine for which he said the cost could go very high . by the way the machine only lasted 4 years. great ariston. do you agree with his view

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I would take a look at the inlet water screen on te water fill valve and be sure thatits cleared. look where the water goes into the unit and that is where the valve is and screeen is going to be where the water goes into the valve.

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