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Hotpoint FDW60 dishwasher - flashing lights

Shortly after starting, both the fast and delicates lights start flashing and the machine stops running.

Could you please offer some advice?

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  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    Dishwasher will start and run about 30 or 40 sec. then stops, then the smart auto and the heavy lights will start to flash and the unit will notrun

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Check the filter.

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  • Testman45 Jun 06, 2008

    Wash indicator lights 4 + 6 (fast + delicate) flashing rapidly. Heating element has blown. Machine will likely start a wash and then cut out when it needs hot water and finds the element not working.

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