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111
Floor pan Leakage
Leak inside machine activating ground float switch
302
At pumping out during rinse cycle level does not fall below level 1
Drain pump faulty, blocked, aqua stop not closing completely, no signal from circuit board (connection number 6 on XA1 connection plug)

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The codes you are getting (211- 212) relate to the boiler tank behind front panel.


210 Temperature probe short circuit Check probe cable (plug contacts)
Replace probe(rinse tank)
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211 Temperature sensor interruption See 210

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111
Floor pan Leakage
Leak inside machine activating ground float switch
302
At pumping out during rinse cycle level does not fall below level 1
Drain pump faulty, blocked, aqua stop not closing completely, no signal from circuit board (connection number 6 on XA1 connection plug)

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Hi, i work on these machines on a regular basis and until very recently i was a Meiko service engineer- the code ERR203 means that there was no change detected at the boiler level switch during emptying- be it on the fill or rinse cycle. This fault is mostly caused by the booster pump failing to pull water but could also be caused by blocked rinse jets or a faulty boiler level switch. Hope this info is of use to you , Kitcheneer

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