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I have just got my washer set up i have the washer attached to a tap propely i put washer on rinse and spin pressed start it makes a grunting noise no water is going into the washer and nothing is happening am i doing something wrong? or is there a problem with my washing machine?

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Did you get your unit second hand? if no turn on your water at the tap you attatched it to. if yes its poss. your pump switch.

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