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Re: indesit wixe127 error code F05
F05 means that the pressure switch is jammed on full, this is the switch that controls the water level.
It could be a faulty switch, a blocked hose to the switch, or a pump blockage.
Check pump first to see if it is draining o/k.
If o/k ,then there is not a lot more that you can do, unless you are conversant with washers and know how to check pressure switch and pressure chamber and hose for blckage or malfunction.
I would suggest that you call some one in if you can not sort it yourself.
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Fo5 is a pressure switch fault; areas to check are pressure
chamber for blockage, pressure pipe sump and pump. Click on a link for more
Hotpoint, Creda and Indesit error code definitions
or Hotpoint WMA / WM workshop
I have the same problem. Check this info (the below link) I found on F - 08 error for someones hotpoint washing machine. It may be the same thing. There could be standard error codes for all washing machines, maybe.
f05 is normally a fault cause by the pressure switch - often caused by a blockage in the exit hose of the washer. if the water cannot leave the washer in time the f05 will come up because the pressure switch has not told the machine it empty. on hotpoints there is a filter inside the exit pipe from the drum to the pump which gets blocked up. need to remove and clear out the sump assembly and this normally fixes the f05 error. if this does not cure the issue then the pressure switch is probably faulty but its notmally just a blocked pipe.
F05 is where the pressure switch has not reset within 10 minutes of emptying on any part of the cycle. Basically this means the pump is not pumping the water out. This could be a blocked filter (located on front of machine at bottom behind the kickstrip). Be careful when removing the filter as it unscrews anticlockwise and if the is water in the drum then tilt the appliance back at 45 degrees and put a large bowl underneath to catch the water. If the filter does not unscrew then theres definitley something in the filter. When the filter is out put your finger inside to rotate the impellor. This should spin freely. If this does not solve your problem check for blockages where the grey drain hose connects to the sink (it could be blocked there).