Question about Baumatic Washing Machines
Not saying this is whats wrong with it i just found this on the internet............hi, you need to empty the filter, ours does the same all too often. The filter is located bottom right of the machine at floor level, which is rather daft for an integrated applicance; we have to remove a whole length of plinth to empty ours. Be warned, a lot of gunge and water will come out so have towels at the ready, especially if you have a laminated floor. Turn the white slot with a a 10p piece......and empty. Not the most pleasant of jobs, but effective. Good luck!
Posted on Dec 11, 2016
E33 on a Baumatic front load (and possibly top load) is caused by no signal or out of range signal from the water level (pressure) sensor. It is most commonly due to a faulty sensor but can also be from wiring fractures or main control board (PCB) faulty. Baumatic front loaders were made by Midea.
Posted on May 28, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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