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Washer not woring properly

I have an old zanussi FL 1081 first when i go to put it on a programe it makes a big timer noice now when i use the programe that doesnt make that noice it takes ages and the comfort part of the draw stays full of water.Also the clothes are full of bits after the wash have cleaned the filter again please help me

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Re: washer not woring properly

Check your water valves ere not open cicuit if not may be your programmer

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