IT DIDN’T SOLVE THE SLOTION FOR THE FIRST TIME, I STILL HAVING
THE PROBLUM WHEN I SWITCH THE MICHINE ON IT TAKES WATER
IN TH FIRST TWO TIMES THE IT RUN OK.BUT FOR THE THIRD TIME
IN THE MIDDLE OF THE CYCLE IT STARTS TO SHOW H20.
PLEASE COULD YOU HELP!
H20 fault code means you have a water supply problem.
check you have suficiant water pressure coming into your appliance,and also check that you have no blockages at the sump of the apliance and if plunbed to the sink check for blockages there.
f08 code means that the heater relay is stuck or open curcuit,check connections on your module and check your heater is not open curcuit,if these are ok you will require a module.
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An H20 error means there is a problem with the inlet water. If could mean that there is no or limited incoming water pressure. If could be a problem with the inlet valves. It could even be a problem with the pressure sensor that detects how fast the washer fills.
First is any water entering the machine? Check if the shut-off valves are open. Check your washer hoses and replace them; some anti-burst hoses will restrict the water flow when they detect a leak. Take off the hoses with the shut-off valves closed. Then open the valves and let the water run into a bucket to check the water flow. Turn off the valves after confirming good water pressure at the appliance.
Check the filters in the washer inlet and where the hoses connect to the shut-off valves. Clean the filters. If you still have no water entering the machine, replace the inlet valve. It has probably failed in the closed position.
If you do have the washer filling in a short amount of time (8 minutes), then the pressure switch, the air hose is dirty or leaking or the reed that detects the flow speed could be faulty. The air hose can be checked by blowing through it. If you put a volt meter across the pressure switch/reed when you blow through it, you can rule out a problem with those items.
I hope this helps. Please add a comment with the make/model of your machine for extra details on the error.
You may have soap & grease in the pipe that leads to the pressure switch. Remove and flush through and/or replace. dry before refitting. Thus constant high would give pump faults (thinks machine still contains water). Constant low may cause over filling. If you have a plug that suddenly moves, that can cause the above errors.
H20 indicates a problem with water supply.
Check the inlet hose/s for restrriction or kinks, ensure water supply pressure is o/k, also check the filter screens in the inlet valves, you will have to turn the water off to do this.
According to the Hotpoint error code list H20 indicates to check taps and pressure of incoming water..
So make sure you have adequate pressure of water at the valves, low hot water pressure can cause problems..
Also what I would do would be to check the filter located in the sump hose at the rear of the m/c,\this can leade to a sticking water level s/w..
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Plug off the wall. There is a thin rubber tube going from the switch area to the exit near the outlet tube. Probably this is blocked. This tube should be free from any blockage; take out the top clip from this tube and blow into it - it should be free, clear the blockage if any and refit. This is the water level tube which tells the machine when to switch off water, etc.....