Hi on the model before this one the wma series the flashy pre wash light is a faulty water inlet valve these mashines are allmost identical inside so check that,first check that you have the hot/cold pipes on the right way around hope this helps
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hi, the problem you are having with the "soak/prewash" light flashing after the wash has started is a common fault on the meile washing machine. Its a water sensor problem. remove all srews and bolts from front of machine and open the front panel. you will see a red in colour pressure switch at one oclock, there will be a black tube attached to it, remove the tube and replace it with a new one, or reverse the tube in reverse and you will find that the water intake level will be less and the fault of the "soak/prewash" light will no longer flash, problem solved. 0868887054 DAVID ASHBOURNE. MEATH.
hi something similar has started happening to our washer, after the initial wash starts the machine doesn't do anything for a while then the red door light flashes on and off very quickly as does the 1st and 3rd green wash cycle light?
If your PreWash is flashing then you have a pressure problem. You can dry using a washer machine cleaner or doing a hot cycle with white vinegar. If that doesn't help the electronic would have to be changed.
It's probably a loose connection in the wiring in the machine. Seems to be a problem with the WF741 machines and is most likely a similar issue with yours. The probability is that the vibration from the machine is enough to work some connections loose. If you have someone competent to do this, then check that all connectors are pushed firmly onto their circuit boards. (I have posted a separate reply to this issue for the WF741 model on here.) See if this helps.
I have encountered a similar problem. The following lights were flashing on and off:
I also found that previously one of the 'lifters' inside the drum had
broken off and someone had tried to put it back in place and continued
to use the washing machine. After a short period of time the above
mentioned flashing lights began.
I first suspected the pump, but this was fine. I then disconnected the
hose which connects the hole from the drum to the pump and I found a
child's sock blocking the hose. I removed the obstruction, put it back
together and the machine worked perfectly. I also replaced the lifter
(apparently these break quite often) and the machine has been working
perfectly ever since that day.