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Problem with whirlpool AWM 1000

When i start the machine, it doesn't take water, there is a LED indicator Hydro- Security. How can i resolv the problem?

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It's not indicated to put much detergent ( washing solution), because it will stop water acces, causing acumulation of water, then the LED will indicate Hydro-Secutity. The solution is open the washing mashine you'll see that you need to evacuate water then to clean manualy the indicator ( Hydro-Security). That's all, I hope that i my information was helpful for your problem.

Posted on Jan 26, 2009

  • Eda Qazimi Apr 17, 2012

    I know it might be too late (3 years already), but I am having this problem with my washing machine. It is a Bauknecht (Whirlpool), and it will not accept water, the Hydro Security LED is on all the time. I tried to clean the thing on the bottom right, to see if any "external bodies" were blocking the way, but even after this, it still goes on in the same manner. Would you, please, be so kind and explain to me how to drain the water out of it? I tried the "abpumpen" (my washing machine is in German, no idea why) option, but it will not result into anything. I would so much appreciate your response. Thanks in advance!

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