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Washing machine During the cycle the machines stops at various points within the programme, not at the same point each time. You can hear the machine labouring, trying to move on but it just stays where it is. No error number!

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Washer sticking on pause at begining of wash ; load washer select any program press start then goes straight to pause , this happens several times a week , i have to switch off and restart , this sometimes solves problem .

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Check pump fiter and pump.

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