Question about Zanussi FLA1001W Front Load Washer
Remove the lid, look for any pipes off, if not sure, keep fingers out and look for the leak while starting the machine up to fill, with plenty of light you will find the leak, you will see it, switch off without delay once you have seen it, unplug the machine and do what you have to do to put the matter right, refit any pipe or replace any broken connector etc etc hope i have helped, please note switching the machine on with the lid off looking for leaks should only be done for the shortest of time for safety reasons, keep fingers away and do not touch anything inside the machine without unplugging from electricity supply
Posted on Sep 29, 2007
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