Could you please let me know which end of the washing machine water hoses goes where ???????? Is the end with the filter plugged to the mains or is it connected to the actual machine ??? Very many thanks Juan Ignacio
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Considering that machine did not show any error first check that is not activated option "rinse hold" what mean's "stop drum with full of water". I advise you to make a simple test that will show you where the problem is. In the washing machine or somewhere else. Disconnect the drain hose and lift it up to 1m in height and its end hold over the tub or some larger container. Select short drain program and press the start / pause button. If drain hose ejects a solid water stream then is a problem in-house installation of drain water. If does't or poorly drain water then is problem in the washing machine.
Sump hose probably blocked. Tilt washer backwards so u can get under it. Pipe comes from bottom of tub too filter housing, squeeze it you will be able too feel if anything is stuck inside it, simply remove pipe at one end and remove blockage.refit pipe and test
Hi from retired Englishman in SW France,
It might be waiting for water feed as a guess?
If you have checked that the hot and cold water taps are turned on fully and the hoses are not kinked or squashed at the back, it is worth while checking both the hot and cold water inlet filters. Turn the taps off and remove both hoses at the washer end. Inside each inlet port there is normally a little filter which should just slide out. Clean if necessary and replace each one and the hoses. If after turning the taps back on there is no improvement, the problem is symptomatic of a malfunctioning hot or cold water control valve. Sorry but it needs a service call and a check that it isn't the control PCB ;-0(
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3 things to check 1. Make sure the extra quick wash is not selected 2. Make sure the drain hose is correctly positioned that the water can drain freely and the end does not ever get submerged 3.Make sure filter is clear Other than that without an error code I can't see what else it could be. let us know what you find please
The error code E10 is in relation to low water pressure.Have you checked that the hose at rear is not kinked or check the filters in the ends of the hose.Also make sure when you have hose off check the pressure in the supply.If all that is ok then it could be a faulty solenoid valve.
This error code relates to water pressure check that the pipes are not kinked,check the water valves are fully on also check if the little filters in the end of the hoses are cleaned.Make sure that the mains water pressure has not been reduced.There could still be a fault with one of the inlet valves but it is most probably the little gauze filters
Open the panel at the bottom right of the front of the washer. Then pull out the drain hose and pull the plug from its end - this will drain most of the water. Then the filter turns anti-clockwise - if it is too stiff to turn by hand I use an open set of pliers or strong scissors to give more grip (It may be an idea to put a cloth between the pliers/scissors and the filter to offer some protection.
indicated low water pressure from your external supply or blocked filters in the fill hose. turn water off, remove hose and check filter in end of hose - it is just a bit of gauze. also look into the valve and clean out if needed