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Does the water stop if the machine is unplugged from the electrical supply? If so then the fault lies in the pcb or level switch,
If the water continues to flow even after isolating electrically then a faulty solonoid valve is the problem.

Hope this helps- Kitcheneer

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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