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I have a 2 week old Beko dishwasher and last night I noticed that the lights were all flashing, I switched off and opened the door and the bottom of the machine is full of water. Any ideas?

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Either there is a leak activating the error alert or there is some blockage from the drain hose to the food dispenser.
Unplug the power cord for 24 hour to reset the disrupted logic back to the original stage to see it it help. If the manual shows the diagnostic mode, try to set to manually drain so a new cycle can be started to test.

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