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Just moved filled machine, tried to set, goes to wash then to e 13 or e19 please help

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E13 code means Pressure switch Fault

To check :- Remove Plug First ( Remember Safety First )
The pressure switch is at the top, its move likely to be a blocked pressure bottle, which is under neath the tub accessed via the rear bottom access panel 3 to 4 screws. the bottle is on the side of the filter with a small clear tube going up to the pressure switch. Clean this bottle out.

E19 code means Power Failure during Programme

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