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Flashing lights on my candy washing machine

I have a candy go147 washer and it will not take the fabric conditioner on any wash but a fast wash. When its in a longer wash the 90min light and the stain removal light both flash and the door will not open.

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I have a indesit washer dryer and all the lights are flashing i unpluged it but still doing it . make is indesit widl126 ex

Posted on Aug 01, 2012

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Hello Mikana, i have a brand new one and it also flashes the 90 and stain removel had the Candy eng out and it needs a new heater...all the electric goes throught this heater and if it detects a problem then it shuts down...the ones they fit at the company are not vrey good so the replacement is going to be better....ring Candy ........also if it has a large load capacity like 8kg don't under fill it it may send the drum of centre and this will stop the machine....self protection built in...hope this helps...cheers Dave

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