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No water I push power, all lights go on and tub begins spinning but no water comes in. All inlets are clear and no flashing lights. Just beeping to let me know there was a problem.

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  • dannydeedle May 30, 2008

    sorry - this is model GWL-11

  • prem mathew May 11, 2010

    Destinova & me are waiting.....................

  • Buck Whyte
    Buck Whyte May 11, 2010

    dont hurt me.. but im going to ask.. we made sure there is water pressure from the hoses? sorry I have to ask.. failing that, check for screens in both sides of the hoses.. 

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Thank you - problem was resolved. While there was pressure, the problem was with the water in the area.

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