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You will need to provide the model number of the dishwasher. However, the likely causes of the lights flashing are many, including water inlet failure, blocked drain filter, leaking seals causing flood switch to trip. You may want to go to the Hotpoint site and find the manual for your model.

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Make sure the water inlet tap under sink is fully opened. The water pressure in mains could be lower than the setting on the dishwasher. Assuming it is DW60. See this manual.

http://manuals.appliancesonline.com.au/dw60cdx2/dw60cdx2_user_guide.pdf

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Replace dishwasher drain hose F&P DW60


The attached assembly document might be helpful. To access the drain hose at the dishwasher end your best bet is to pull the dishwasher out from under kitchen cabinet and lay it on the floor on its side. Make sure you disconnect the mains power and the hose connections first. The hose should be accessible from the bottom of dishwasher.


http://www.jordansmanuals.com/ServiceManuals/FP/Dishwasher/DW60CDW2/DW60CDW2.pdf

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Hotpoint dishwasher 4th & 6th lights flashing


You will need to provide the model number of the dishwasher. However, the likely causes of the lights flashing are many, including water inlet failure, blocked drain filter, leaking seals causing flood switch to trip. You may want to go to the Hotpoint site and find the manual for your model.

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ive not worked on hotpoint dishwashers,does the dishwasher drain? at the point it plays up is it supposed to be filling or washing.check the filters inlet valve etc.do you still have the manual for the dishwasher.the flashing lights are most likley a fault code but we dont get hotpoint dishwashers in australia.sorry i cant be of more help.Ian

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sounds like the hose is blocked (usually with broken glass, followed by larger food particles) that runs from the dishwasher to the sink. You may need to remove this piece to check. If that isn't the problem, it's probably electrical.

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