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I have a Indesit DI 620 dishwasher that wont empty its water and with an error code of no 2 and 4 flashing rapidly, what can this be please ?

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You should consult your owners manual for the error code description in the back under "troubleshooting". The obvious problem is that you are not rinsing your dishes enough and the bottom drain is clogged and needs to be cleaned out. The food will clog the hole and back it up.

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