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Hi fixya aqualtis washer 4 yr old display light flashing machine jams i have empty filter in the past and this has solved the problem but not this time thanks ben

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Is the pump running and or do you see rotor on pump.Seems to me that either pump is blocked or outlet hose.Machine wont spin if water is left inside.Pump could also be destroied.Jan

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This model of Aqualtis machine is about 8 years old, I am surprised its lasted as lon, I would suggest the main board has gone, you could try picking one up on EBay for about £35, but i wouldn't waste any more money than that.

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Hotpoint aqualtis washing machine model AQXXL 129 PM , runs through the cycle then stops at times leaving water in the drum and all lights flash why ?


the pump could possibly be jammed. you will need to drain the machine and remove the filter to check for any obstruction

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Hotpoint aqualtis error code F04


Hi from retired Englishman in SW France,

Indesit (Hotpoint Aqualtis, Ariston) 'F04' states 'pressure switch jammed empty, check pressure switch, wiring and module connections'.
It is not that unusual to find it cured by having the connections gently pulled apart and replaced, thus 'cleaning' the contacts back to correct operation ;-0)

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My Hotpoint machine has filled with water and won't empty error F-05 FLASHING before that all lights were flashing ??


Error F05 means pressure switch jammed on full.
Remove lower rear panel of washer.
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Any idea on a constant F35 and F28 Code? 2 yr old


F35 is a water level error.
The water level switch (pressure switch) has malfunctioned.

If you remove the top panel, three screws in the back, you will have access to the pressure switch.

With the tub empty, remove the vinyl hose from the switch and blow backwards through the hose to clear any restrictions.

If the fault codes return after doing this, you will likely need to replace the pressure switch.


Also - please be sure to use He soap.

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My washing machine use to wash our clothes so well that they would come out of the washing machine practically dry... now i have to run extra spin cycles just to get some of the water out. My display often...


E20 is an error code for drainage failure.



Check where the appliance drain hose connects to the house drains for a blockage.

If it's onto a spigot under the sink, take them off and check both for a blockage.

If these are ok then it's likely to be a blockage in the pump.



You'll need to drain the water out manually.

Put a shallow dish below the filter and slacken the filter.

Tighten it to stop the flow of water while you empty the dish.

Once empty, take the filter out, clean out the debris and ensure nothing is left jamming the pump.

Before refitting the filter, put the machine on drain or spin and listen at the filter housing to see if you can hear the pump running.

If you do, fit the filter and try the machine again.


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On a hotpoint aqualtis aqxx149pm i get error code f8 flashing


Hi.
F8 means that heater relay cannot be activated, you need to call an engineer.
Could be expensive, possibly a new control board needed

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ok, I have just had the 'blocked pump message and after much playing around I have solved it.

Pull the machine out and take the drain out and place in a bucket. Then tilt the machine on its side about 30 to 45 degrees so you can get a hand underneath. At the front there is a black rubber pipe-squeeze this a few times and then run the machine on a pump cycle. Put water in machine (i used a bucket) and repeat. You should get the foul smelling gunk out of the pump. I did this about 4 times and finally the water comes out clean and you should be ok.

Regards and good luck,

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please could someone help as i have the exact same problem with my aqualtis zqxgf149,exactly as above,fitted new pump myself and its now emptying the water but wont spin and in wash cycle f11 comes back up

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