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You may have soap & grease in the pipe that leads to the pressure switch. Remove and flush through and/or replace. dry before refitting. Thus constant high would give pump faults (thinks machine still contains water). Constant low may cause over filling. If you have a plug that suddenly moves, that can cause the above errors.
H20 does indicate no fill.
Make sure that that there is an adequate supply pressure to washer, check that there are no kinks or restrictions in hose/s.
To be certain if you have an adequate supply turn off water valve to washer, disconnect hose and hold the hose into the sink or a bucket, turn the water back on, and see what the pressure is like..
If ti is too low, thjn the valve will not operate properly..
If you are satisfied it is o/k then it is quite likely a valve fault, also check the filter built into the valve inlet.
I think you mean code H20, if so it means no water coming in, check water turned on ,check hose(s), check filter in inlet valve is clean, check water pressure is sufficient.
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Here is the link to you washer. unfortunatly i can not find the error code you are seeing. you can contact them and have them let you know what the code means and what to do to fix it. you will need to copy and paste this into your browser.