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I have a modulogic ADP951.seemed to be stuck on cycle today so I stopped it. water did not drain. I cleaned all rotors and filters and re started. Water drained however start light now flashing. Have tried holding for 5 secconds to re start but only starts pumping out water (of which there is none) and then stops. Light continues to blink. Any other tricks??

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I am assuming you have not tried the reset by turning mains power off and then on.

One of the reasons for being stuck in the wash cycle is the water temperature is not reaching the right level. This could be due to heater failure or if you are using hot water at the inlet then your inlet water temperature is low.

The start light blinking and the drain cycle starting is linked to the opening of the door during the wash cycle.
Turn the mains power off and on after a short delay and see if that gets rid of the start light flashing and drain motor restarting.

But it is the water temperature that might be the main problem.

Post a comment to let me know what you find.

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