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Hotpoint dishwasher fdw60

After machine has been programed and switched on, goes to wash and after about 3-5 minutes machine stops and eco and fast lights come on can you help

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The fault wasn't with the machine. we got new waste pipes put in and the conection for the dishwasher hose didn't have the hole for the water to release. thank you for your help

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