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Indesit washing machine WIXE127 switches off main fuse

My washing machine is 12 months old and for the last 2 days, when I try to switch on the washing machine, the main electrical fuse box switches off. Why?
I've changed the fuse (13A) in the plug, but still the same problem.

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  • ukpapillon Jan 31, 2009

    I Switched off all plugs in the house and tried only the washing machine. Same problem, the main fuse switches off still. What can it be?

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Try pluging into a diferent socket as the socket may be bad(they draw alot of power washine machines and the socket can wear quickly) If still does it electrical fault, in the machine! Modern fuse boards will trip if a light bulb blows.so not the fuse or the machines fuse! May even be a leek in the machine!
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Have you added anything else that is drawing juice on the same breaker?
If so try turning those off.
Hope this helped.Let me know by rating me or
for more help go to live chat.Thanks
Len West

Posted on Jan 31, 2009

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