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Check the wall socket with another electric gadget. Check your washer plug fuse. Finally open up the rear (after taking the washer power cord off the wall of course!) and disconnect and reconnect all wires and connectors one by one. Possible it could just be a loose connection somewhere. Sometimes happens due to vibration.
You need to put it back on. I would get a new belt and just cut the old one. Check your manual for a diagram Ben. If it doesn't have one, call customer service. If you have a question, just write me back. I will help you as much as I can. A vote is greatly appreciated if you appreciate the reply. If you need anything, write me back Ben. I will be here. Thanks
I've got a Hotpoint First Edition WM52 that stopped spinning at the end of the wash cycle. Called the repair man and he said it was most likely just the filter blocked? Suggested I reemove the front base panel and try to locate the filter remove, clean and replace. Front panel wouldn't come off, base panel at the rear, 6 screws to remove revealing a black squeezy hose with slide grips holding them on, on removal of the hose two ten pence pieces, a one pence piece and a childs hair clip blackened with dirt sat blocking the top of the hose. Hope this helps; repair man saved me £58+vat just with a few words and a bit of persistence from myself
Go to: www.hotoint.co.uk.
Scroll down and click on www.hotpoint.co.uk.
Click on after sales and then click on down load instruction books, type your model number in and you can save it to your hard drive, or print it off.
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Assuming that the bit the water is going into is the prewash dispenser (rather than a bleach or conditioner dispenser), why not just put the powder into there?
Some of these machines can be a bit illogical about where the main wash powder is meant to go - sometimes even varies depending on which cycle you're running.
If you can find a place that will take the powder at the right time, your problem is solved. If the instructions say different, it might even be them that's wrong. Wouldn't be the first time.