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I have mtr-2 dishwasher ..it is continuously showing the symbol for water filling and not going even water fully filled ..what should i do..bcz machine is not running....


You say it says water flowing. But, is it flowing? Does it overflow? If so it may be overflow switch on the bottom that got food stuff in it.

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If water get overflow from the tub what defect it will cause to the machine


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The machine is not filling with water than it shows F09 and then FA on screen. Its a 6th sense and about 4 years old



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Error F09 means Overflow Condition

If the Overflow contact on the pressure switch is Closed for more than 60 seconds and Overflow condition will occur. In an Overflow condition, the Door will remain locked, and the Drain Pump will run constantly, even if PAUSE/CANCEL is pressed twice and the Display is cleared. Unplug the unit to service.


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Why do the stackable washers always overflow with water. Is it a sensor problem or what?


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Help! My fisher paykel washing machine won't stop filling up!


If the water continues to fill even if unplugged the water valve is sticking and needs replaced. if removing power turns the water off the water level pressure switch is bad or there is something plugging the sensor tube somewhere.
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Washing machine is overflowing, even set at low water level.


sounds like your pressure tube is not functioning correctly.

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It sounds like the water inlet valve may have jammed open , see if water still enters when machine is switched off if it does not then you probably have a short on the electronic module.

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The hot/cold water fill solenoid might be stuck open.  Try banging on it lightly with a hammer and if that doesn't loosen it, replace it.

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Drum filling with water when machine switched off


what you refer to as the overflow cap is the cover to the filter which you should remove regularly and check. however nothing to do with your problem. the water could be coming from two sources: first, if the drain is plumbed in under the sink, water can flow into the machine every time you empty the sink. the cure is to put the drain hose up as far as possible in a swan neck. secondly, the intake water valves could be leaking and the only cure then is to replace them

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