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Sometimes the valve in the electronic water switch jams. If you are handy, switch off the machine, and take the top cover off (usually two screws in the back on top.) Switch off the water supply and disconnect the inlet hose. look at the valve where the hose connected. There are usually three screws holding the electrical switch section (identifiable by the two wires connected to it with spade connectors). Take those screws out and carefully remove the switch (there is a solenoid and spring etc inside, so be careful not to drop them, and although it is logical how things fit back in, it is a good idea to note in what order they come out. Clean the solenoid and spring. Push the solenoid in by hand and check that it slides easily. (If not you could apply a little petroleum jelly) If it slides easily, replace all the parts and the water supply hose and test. Should be fine now. Replace the lid.

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