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How do you use the tub clean?


Read these instructions carefully before
beginning the TUB CLEAN cycle.
1
Open the door and remove any clothing in
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2
Open the dispenser drawer.
3
Add liquid chlorine bleach or tub cleaner.
Some powder or tablet tub cleaners which
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The washing powder is still in the dispenser at the end of the full wash??


Hi from retired Englishman in SW France,
See if the water is actually running into the washing powder tray by using these guidance notes (written for another problem!).
A quick and easy way to find out which tray is which is to pull the detergent drawer out just so that you can see into it. Start a pre-wash and see where the water runs in, then advance to the main wash and observe. Finally start a rinse cycle and where the water goes in is where the conditioner/softener goes.
In a few cases I have come across, the pre-wash tray shares with the conditioner/softener part but the pre-wash powder goes in the front and the softener in the back.
Now if the water is NOT pouring into the washing powder tray an engineer call is required ;-0(
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The fabric softener drawer on my hotpoint hd420 is not draining. At the end of a wash the fabric softener drawer remains for of water. Can you advise?


Hi,

It is not that unusual to find some plain water remaining- has the softener gone OK?

If not here is just a quick POSSIBLE (1st) solution if you have not tried it already-

Completely slide out the drawer - normally made possible by pressing down the plastic flap at the backend of the softener part of the drawer - as it is normally in the middle.

You may find 'gunge' made up of washing powder (if you use powder of course!) and softener combined in the tube that the softener should syphon into. Wash out with plenty of water!
I do this to ours fairly frequently.

Hope this helps.

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Washing powder clogs up in drawer


Hi,

There should be an adjustable "barrier" in the drawer. One for liquid and one for powder. Open the drawer and look at it carefully, you may need a flashlight. See where you pour the powder in? Well... you know what they say about pictures and a thousand words...

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Since I don't have your model number, yours will probably look different than this pic,, but it should be close enough. All you have to do is set the barrier to the "Powder" setting.

SG

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My machine is pumping water out the dispenser door what could be wrong


if you mean that water is coming out via the drawer that you put the powder then:

The powder has become solid in the drawer and blocked off the pipe leading to the drum.

What you need to do is to get boiling water and pour it into the detergant and using the pointy end of a wooden spoon break the sludge free in the pipe and the detergant draw.

Please leave feedback

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