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Hi, I have a westinghouse dishwasher 921 model. When i start the dishwasher (on eco normal), it counts down from 39mins to 36 and then starts flashing "FL". Nothing seems to happen (ie dishes aren't washed) Are you able to help over email. I have checked the filter (thinking "FL" means filter, but the filter is completely clear. Any suggestions or help you can offer would be appreciated. Kind regards Donella. p.a, I don't have a manual.

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Check to see if you have something stuck under the float it is the mushrrom looking thing at the front bottom left hand side

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