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Hotpoint fdw60 trips consumer unit when switch the plug switch

Hi i have a hotpoint fdw60 when i switch the plug on it trips the consumer unit i have had a look to see if there was any water on any electric wires and couldn't see any and was wondering if you new how to solve this
regards paul my email address is paulagwynne@aol.com

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  • Anonymous Aug 13, 2008

    I have similar problem whereby consumer unit was tripping with same model. Have examined dishwasher and see ECO light flashing. Trying the suggested fixes for this first, having eliminated plug and socket by running extension cable to dishwasher from different socket!

  • jverity Aug 17, 2008

    Same as above

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Hi i have hotpoint FDW60 when i swich the plug and the dishwasher starts then you hear the dishwasher filling up it trips my electric in the house.

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