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Like most electrical appliances what worked for me was turn it off at the wall for 10 mins, then turn it back on. Did you get an error code? Check the pipes are not twisted and that the water supply is turned on full. Let me know how you get on
Hello, hope you can help? I brought a second hand (but brand new, but not used CDA wc140. Its plumbed in fine, switch on, the end light comes on, the programme button just beeps when pressed. There's no info in the manual. I hope I haven't brought a second hand dud, any ideas to start would be greatly appreciated. Steve...
First three lights are flashing on top and it will not stop making stupid noises.
Remove plastic panels at front of machine under door, see if there is water inside.
If there is ... something is leaking. If it is a slow leak - solution is to dry up excess water in tray with paper towels or whatever comes to hand. You will need to find the leak somehow - salt container is usual suspect.
There is a microswitch attached to a float on the left hand side inside a white plastic cover. Water at the base of this activates the switch and disables machine. Mine has not leaked since trying this fix and machine is running well 2 months down the line. Better 10 minutes with paper towels than 2 hours of expensive plumbers.
green light on right flashing and beeping noise..Problem solved by thowing a few pints of water in the bottom of the dishwasher...must have 'primed' the pump..which must have been the problem; working fine now. David- Crosby
Pressing the options and select buttons simultaneously for 5-10 seconds worked. For me it happened this way: on the first attempt, with the indicator lights already "timed-out" and off, pressing and holding the options and select buttons simultaneously for 5-10 seconds caused the lights to come back on and flash the "LOC" code again. But holding the options and select buttons together for 5-10 seconds a second time caused the indicator lights to stop flashing, and allowed me to start the cycle.