Question about Hotpoint Aquarius WD640 Front Load Washer/Dryer
Posted by Anonymous on
H20 indicates a problem with water supply.
Check the inlet hose/s for blockage or restriction, make sure the water supply is o/k, and the pressure is good, also check the inlet valve/s filters.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's probably a loose connection in the wiring in the machine. Seems to be a problem with the WF741 machines and is most likely a similar issue with yours. The probability is that the vibration from the machine is enough to work some connections loose. If you have someone competent to do this, then check that all connectors are pushed firmly onto their circuit boards. (I have posted a separate reply to this issue for the WF741 model on here.) See if this helps.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
Had a similar error message
turned out I hadnt turned the water taps on
check this and if not the problem could be the water sensor in the drum
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
SOURCE: wash enhance & on/off flashing
The only time the lights kept flashing on my Hotpoint machine was when the outflow pipe going into the ubend was blocked,
Check for blockages, but make sure that you have a bucket or pan ready to collect the water flow.
I hope this helps
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
H20 does indicate no fill.
Make sure that that there is an adequate supply pressure to washer, check that there are no kinks or restrictions in hose/s.
To be certain if you have an adequate supply turn off water valve to washer, disconnect hose and hold the hose into the sink or a bucket, turn the water back on, and see what the pressure is like..
If ti is too low, thjn the valve will not operate properly..
If you are satisfied it is o/k then it is quite likely a valve fault, also check the filter built into the valve inlet.
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
H20 is indicating a problem with the incoming water supply to washer.
Check the inlet hose/s for kinks or other restriction, ensure that you have a good pressure to the washer, make sure tap/s are fully turned on.
If all o/k,then could be a problem with the inlet valve/s
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Posted on Jan 21, 2010
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