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HOT AND WARM WATER LIGHT FLASHING - Washing Machines

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    leonardgid Nov 05, 2012

    Hello Richard , thank you for replying, these are all the details, Simpson 22S750N,PNC913041047/00 ,SN031532266. This is two years old, i also checked/cleaned the hoses and filters, also tested spin and drain and rinse and spin, the pump worked but not the spin , this morning after a good six hours switched off it worked , but after opening and closing the lid a few times, the 5 1second beep followed by the blinking hot,warm ,cold lights continues as before..

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