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Drain/ Inlet red light flash in the the middle of washing cycle and then dish waher stopped. Drain cleaned a few time. It works a cycle and does do the same next time

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Check float /i.e drain hose/ must be in as built positions

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The CLEAN light is flashing on my Kenmore QuietGuard3 , but it won't clean anything. It starts a cycle for a few minutes, stops and starts flashing clean again. Any suggestions?


You will have to reset the dishwasher. First try and turn off the mains power and back on after a short time. If the clean light flashing starts again then you go through the hard reset procedure.

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My swan 2030b washing machine won't finish the cycle


This displays and error and it can be possible that the inlet flow is low, the inlet filter is clogged or the drain is faulty all of which can reduce the fill/drain timing and so causes an error..
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Possible that the smell is coming from the motor/inlet valve/ pump or the capacitor of the motor. so it is important that you need to have a closer observation to find the source of the smell.
Sometimes it can also be due to drain block and so the dirt accumulation could be stinking. If so remove the drain and clean the hose and fitting , back flush the pump and reset.
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http://www.repairclinic.com/Washing-Machine-Troubleshooting?red=Washing-Machine-Repair-Help

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I have a Danby DDW1899WP portable dishwasher. I just got it yesterday. I had a lot of dirty dishes so I did 1 cycle first and it worked perfectly, I was impressed. I then started a 2nd cycle for the rest...


I realize the above question is almost 4 years old, but I am sure others are still having this problem. My Danby was behaving the same way: drying cycle light would flash like it was having a myocardial infarction, and the cycle would stop. I could only get the light to stop flashing by turning the unit off. What you didn\'t say above is what happens then: everything most likely returns to normal-- or at least, so it seems. I have now had this happen to me two times in a row with my Danby 1899WP. Each time the machine has started up just fine, drains water out, loads in fresh water, and begins the wash cycle, only to freeze up with that damn flashing red light on the dry cycle and the dishes not clean. I have owned it for about two months, and so far this is my only complaint. I am running it again right now, for the third time, and we shall see what that light does now.... Will report back afterward!

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The start delay flashes in the middle of a cycle on a hoover washer dryer nextra 6 . it drains but doesn't spin


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Dishwasher miele g646sc-the inlet/drain light flashes yet the drain system is clean and working the inlet filter is clean and the filter washed


Hi dear.If the checked lights comes on after the main wash & then flashes(when on main wash cycle,if the main pump works for a few minutes & then stops for a while & so on...)that indicates main wash pump faulty.You need to replace the motor it self.I hope that helps.Thanks.

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Flashing green ''clean'' light and will not start a wash cycle.


the computer senced that the heater did not work last cycle. Push your sani clean, energy saver button s back and fourth a few times. It will run a self diag cycle. let it run for a few min. If it happens again your heater may have burned out.

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