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F 07 fault on my aquarius washer/dryer - Hotpoint Aquarius WD63 Front Load Washer/Dryer

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This is fault F07 - heater relay stuck. The most common problem for this is the pressure switch sticking. - unplug appliance from mains, remove top, disconnect pressure switch hose from switch, tap switch on tor weight a few times, refit hose, reassemble and test. If this does not work check wiring to heater and meter.
If your fault is heater relay cannot be activated then it's most likely the main pcb that's faulty.
You can check the connections at the heater, they have been known to break internally at the connectors. Also check the plug at the main pcb.
Be careful when working on these machines as the some of the pcb's can hold a charge for a long time
The components which cause this error can be any of the following, heater, ntc, module and pressure switch.

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Hi there,

Well F 07 error indicates that there is some problem in Heater relay seems stuck unplug washer/dryer from mains, remove top, disconnect pressure switch hose from switch, tap switch on tor weight a few times, refit hose, reassemble and test. If this does not work check wiring to heater and meter...... if further you have the same problem then you need to change the heater or, and the power board.

Good Luck!!

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Posted on Oct 01, 2009

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