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I am getting a Code E21 on Zanussi Washer Dryer ZWD 1271W. This is on the Dryer cycle everything else seems to work. Thanks

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  • morgsuk Apr 15, 2009

    The drain pipe was squashed against the wall, someone must have leaned on the machine to move it. Moved the machine back into place and it is now working correctly.

    Excellent help many thanks.


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E21 Problems with water drain in wash phase
Check the drain hose and pipe for blockages.Replace the component if necessary.Good luck with the machine.Please do post comments and results.

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