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IFB Bosch washing machine.

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My washing machine otherwise eems to be working fine except that in the main wash cycle it does not get filled. On other programmes the filling, draining and spin cycles work absolutely fine. What could be the problem?

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I have an IFB washing maching it does not spin dry the clothes any solution

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