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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove the filter draw on the bottom left, and wash out under running water to flush out all fluff.
Reach inside opening and clean as much fluff anf gunge as you can from the cavity.
Get a plastic bag tie, reach and feel for a small at the rear of the compartment, and poke hole clear..
If this does not solve the prob, then it is probably a sticking or faulty float valve., or switch.
This involves a complete strip down to access these components.
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Posted on Jan 09, 2009
SOURCE: operating instructions
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In your browser bar type in hotpoint user manuals
In the drop down list, click on
manuals-user guides-handbooks-hotpoint service
In the search box enter your model number and download the instructions.
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Posted on Jan 29, 2009
Check pump filter located at rear of washer, remove rear cover, locate and remove large black hose, remove and clean filter.
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Posted on Jul 15, 2009
OK... Pessure switch is proberbly stopping the machine from spinning due to the water level in the machine... The pump could have just stopped working, or, the control board could be broken and therefore the pump not getting a supply current, or, the propeller in the pump could be jammed by debris.
1. Turn the machine off, and unplug...
2. Take the drain pipe and lower it to an outside door or other place to safely drain the water away that is still in the drum.
3. Follow the drain pipe till it reaches the pump. Check the lead to the pump to make sure it is properly engaged into its recess on the pump motor.
4. Take the hose off the pump in order to clear any debris and then replace the hose
5. Having done all that, plug the machine in and turn it on
6. Put it onto a spin programme ... The machine should now lock the door, then both pump and spin actions should start... If not, your control board or cabling is at fault
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
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For Hotpoint, Creda and Indesit error code definitions
use this link. This will give you some idea as to where the fault may be.
Posted on Mar 06, 2010
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