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Wont do a wash cycle

Prewash light comes on almost immediatley clothes are not very wet help

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If the pre wash led is flashing it indicates a h20 error (time out filling) some common causes are fill hose twisted trapped or kinked tap not turnd on the waste hose is connected incorectly and is causing the applionce to syphone if your waste pipe gose into a down pipe ensure it is in no more than 4 inches maximum and if it is connected to the u bend undr the sink you need to make sure the pipe gose above 60cm high at some point.

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