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Ok lights 2 and 3 flashing is a time out filling.
Its not filling up in time so the machine error codes out and you will then get the flashing lights.
First off make sure the water tap is fully turned on.
If thast fine then pull machine out and make sure the fill hose isnt kinked up at the back.
If it looks fine then take off the fill hose and aim it into a bucket and turn the water tap on.
Make sure theres a good water presure there.
If there is refit the hose and retry the machine again and see what happens.
the problem you are getting is a f01 fault,this is water in the base part of the antiflood devise.to check this if you tip the appliance backwards and water comes from the back at the bottom this is the problem,if you do this till it stops and then leave for approx 24hrs to dry out any water that may have gone on to motor,then check by switching on to start a program,if appears to work ok but then goes back to the same fault(draining all the time and light flashing)you will have to remove base and check for leaks.
INCREASE THE WATER TEMP AT THE HOUSE WATER HEATER SO YOU WILL HAVE 120 DEGREE WATER COMING INTO THE DISHWASHER. IF THE DISHWASHER IS NEXT TO THE SINK, PURGE THE HOT WATER LINE AT THE SINK UNTIL YOU ACTUALLY GET HOT WATER. THEN, START YOUR DISHWASHER.
indesit idl 40 not pumping water out properly, ends with flashing light no 4 and plates dry but water still in machine -have to pump out using start stop button but within 2 hours base filled up with water. Can't afford massive call out prices as lady on my own.....
try taking the drain pump off, easy job just tip machine back remove 3 screws from front of base then remove the single screw from pump and twist to remove check impeller is free to turn chances are its not and is probably jammed with broken glass or sweetcorn the two most popular culprits, remove this by either moving the impeller with a screw driver or split the pump using 3mm torx bit, reassemble in reverse order and your sorted.
You have a internal leak in the dishwasher...there is a safety float system in the base (below where you put the dishes in!) of the unit, which in the event of water in the base will stop the cycle and activate the drain pump continiously....
You will have to open the unit and find the leak. Don't know these models, but usually you have to remove side panels and front panel, drain water from the base and re-start....then check with flashlight where the leak is.
this sounds as though it is in "flood mode" and may have a water leak into the base. unplug unit and check for leaks by tipping the dishwasher at a 45degree angle backwards and seeing if any water seeps out from the base. if it does you have a hose/ pump / seal leak.