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Hotpoint WD860 problem

Machine does not go through it's spin cycle during a wash cycle and keeps on running with a remaining time of 1 minute.

An error code F-07 was also seen once

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    I have the same problem

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    keep getting error code f 07

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Washer wf860 showing f07 error. why

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