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Water inlet not filling

Hi all,

The water mains is on.. washing machine beens working fine. Suddenly one day the water does not fill the machine.

I have a Bosch front loading machine, the water normally goes thru the detergent drawer, but after activating the wash cycle, the detergent drawer stays dry and water is not being filled into the load..

Please help!! Thanks in advance..

Cheers,

Perplexed..

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    WATER COMES IN VIA PREWASH DISPENSER ONLY, ONLY FOR A FEW SECONDS, THEN WASHER GOES ROUND FOR 10 MINS, THEN LIGHTS FLASH - RINSE HOLD, START AND 800 LIGHTS... MY WASHING IS STILL DRY AND THE MACHINE HAS BEEN RUNNINGALL DAY!!

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Check it has drained completely after the last cycle.
if that is ok, take top off and check continuity thro the inlet valve coils

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