Question about Washing Machines
Well i should imagine that it shouldn't cost too much. What you can do is contact authorised service agents and explain your problem and ask for a "Quote" before starting any work,this way you will be able to choose the lowest quote, and still get a decent job.
You still may have blockages in your outlet pipes, and check all filters too... it would pay to have a look through all pipes especially the output one. Now if it's not that it may be a sensor, that's gone faulty?
I include your service manual link, this has troubleshooting and assistance for free.
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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