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AEG 60830 Leak prevention system

AEG dishwasher model60830 - less than 5 years old.
Showing "error30" i.e leak prevention system triggered.
Can I fix this myself?
What should I look for?

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Just pulled machine right out, tipped it over on the side, couldn't see anything obvious or a way "in", so re-positioned it - switched on - error message gone and all working fine !!?!

Posted on Feb 18, 2009

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