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Can you get me a diagram and schematic of the Hot Point Ultima Extra WDM73 1200 Spinn washer dryer?

I need the prints to help my daughter who is in Scotland, she can do it with my help but I need to see what i'm working on so I can realy it to her on skype. The problem is E15 on the readout which is probably the filter clogged, but I need to walk her though the steps of removing the panels and cleaning the filter.

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SOURCE: Hotpoint ultima extra washer dryer WDM73

i found this manual,if you know what your problem is this might show how to change the faulty bit. I dont know what machine this is but they all seem pretty simular, i used this to change my door lock.

Posted on Jun 16, 2008

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SOURCE: i have an e15 code on the lcd display

Are you sure it is E15 and not F15?
F15 on an lcd display washer/dryer indicates dryer element faulty. this being the case then it will probably require a new element fitting.
Hope this helps

Posted on Dec 09, 2008

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SOURCE: my hotpoint ultima extra washing

hello,

what e15 indicate means an error code that there have been an over flow of water from the drum over to the panel or the wire that suppl power to the screen .

what you will have to do to fix up this problem from the screen is to unscrew the screws with screw driver care then trace the wire ,that is the power supply down to the panel and also to the screen clean up all forms of liquid around the wires and also the panel carefully . then couple it back with care to is position with this the problem is solve.

thank you.

Posted on Aug 07, 2010

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SOURCE: E15 code on display of Hotpoint ultima extra WD72.

E15 means that it is not draining fast enough. As well as checking the outlet pipes, check the filter leading to the pump. Disconnect the power and pipe. If possible take outside because there will be a residual amount of water. Remove the back panel, then disconnect the locking rings holding the tubes on. Your main target should be the big downflow rubber tube from the drum, in here is a plastic filter. In mine I found a child's sock... plus buttons...plus slime. Problem solved.

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