Question about Zanussi 18 in. DCS12W Free-standing Dishwasher
I have exactly the same problem...
It's happened a few times before, in the past i've unplugged and left over night.... in the morning all is fixed. However, yesterday it has happened again and the magical overnight fix is not working this time....
If someone can help it would be most appreciated...
HI only a suggestion please check your outlet hose for possible blockage by blowing down the pipe you will need a bit of force if you cannot then there is a blockage in the pipe, the programmer wont move until the water has been expelled first I hope that helps eric
Posted on Nov 16, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi there, I've also had this problem a few times. I've found cleaning out the filter can help solve the problem of the E20 message. Also when it doesn't spin fast it usually means the load is uneven. I found it happens with towels or bedcovers, heavier loads, if the load is uneven it will spin slowly for a good few minutes and then just stop with the clothes still dripping. I found rearranging the load more evenly usually sorts it out. I've had my machine for 18months now and usually love it. It washes and dries well, however, my dryer has stopped working again! I'd only had the machine 7 months when the dryer first stopped working another 11 months down the line and it's not working again! Hope this helps. Lelly2003
Posted on Oct 31, 2006
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1 of 2 things could be the trouble.
Does the washer drain properly if you manually turn the control knob? If not then this sounds like your pump is either plugged with possible lint and can't move or has died completely. 99% chance pump is the problem and 99% chance it can be an easy fix by cleaning the pump where the Drain Line is attached, worst case scenario pump is to be replaced, but not a overall expensive fix and most can do it without a technician.
Second problem is possibly the time itself, but if the washer is going through all cycles except spin then pump is likely the culprit, cause in spin cycle the machine has to drain the water from the unit as it spins, if it cannot the washing machine basically stops and cannot complete the cycle.
One way to tell for sure if the pump is the problem. When the machine enters the spin cycle and starts making that noise. Manually turn the dial a little bit till it passes the spin cycle, if it continues to wash till it hits the final spin/drain cycle then stops again...your pump is in need of help.
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