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Why is my Miele dishwasher displaying "Open stopcock", even though water is flowing and I've cleaned the inlet filter?


There are 2 possible main causes for lack of water, given that you have checked water availability at the dishwasher.
1. The water solenoid valve in the machine is faulty or failed.
2. The motherboard in the control panel has a fault and needs replacing.
Unless you are a DIY'er I suggest you call a serviceman

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When washer is filling water comes out of the soap dispenser


make sure there is not a build up of soap at the back of the draw or a blockage behind the drawer, it should pull out..... also redued the water pressue to the machine by turning it down at the stopcock to the machine

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What is that mean "waterproof system activated Close the stopcock 'Where is stopcock located?


as there is no make listed we really have no idea what to look for

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Washing machine not filling


yes your problem is up the line somewhere. you have to have water coming out of the fill line when the washing machine is unhooked.
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What is a stopcock


A stopcock is a handle used to slow or restrict the amount of liquid or gas through a pipe. The most common is what you turn to allow water through your garden hose.

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Ihave stopcocks in various places about 5or 6 in all they are all stuck and i am unable to shift them.I need an urgent solution as I want shut the 1. mains supply,2.change the boiler 3.change taps etc.Pls....


If the stopcocks are gate type valves there may be a nut holding on the knob/hand wheel on to the spindle on the stopcock, you could try using a socket wrench to get more torque on the shaft. Don't put excessive force on the wrench or you may wring the shaft as sometimes this is actually narrower inside the stopcock than the section you can see externally.
If you can get your hands on a heat gun you could also try heating the section of the stopcock which surrounds the shaft for about a minute. This may expand it enough to free it. You just have to be extremely careful if you are using it in a confined space close to timber, plastic, gas or other combustible material or you could end up starting a fire. You could shield the wall behind the valve with a piece of floor tile.

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What is the easiest way to drain water out of radiator and put in 50/50 antifreeze?


There is a stopcock on the bottom of the radiator on the tank. Open the radiator cap and remove the stopcock and drain the coolant into a tub.

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Try unscrewing the aereator nd checking it for debris, Rinse it out and reinstall it. The aerator is the screen thing where the water comes out.

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