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My Dishwasher has a rapid flashing light

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I've got a HND325 hoover dishwasher which is washing but leaves half an inch of water in the bottom of the machine after the wash cycle.
The temperature / programme button flashes quickly at this point - presumably as all the water has not cleared.
The hoses are fine, the sink trap clear

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I get the same problem with a pepeating beep warning. Only solution I've found is to switch it off using off button then switch it back on. It waits a few seconds then finishes the program and drains. The dishes still seem to be quite damp after. Hope this helps

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