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Is this a NEW appliance? BE SURE TO READ THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL OR QUICK START.
If this is a used machine, perhaps there's something wrong that you need to check out. BUT......
Pushing-in the Timer wheel is sometimes necessary on the older machines--it's the round wheel with the wash/rinse/spin cycles imprinted on the panel, a "wheel" which turns to the various cycles as the machine operates. Many of them pull-out or push-in to operate the machine. Find the appropriate cycle and rotate the wheel to the corresponding location, then PUSH-IN. The washer should respond.
If there is a problem with the water supply entering the machine or other hazard the machine will shut off until it is repaired.
for the instruction manual... you can "googe" search online for it...type your brand name in the search window with "support" and you'll most likely find the factory website with manual downloads. For the water issue: most washers are designed to connect to a hot and cold water supply. If yours is a one water pipe connection, and you're ok with cold water washes, I'd recommend supplying water to both the hot and cold connections of the washer, so you don't have any mishaps by hitting the wrong wash cycle and not getting any water. You could purchase a simple hose bib splitter fo accomplish this. If however, you want hot water, sounds like a plumbing job to bring hot water to the washer's location. It won't hurt the machine to run cold water to both sides...you just won't get the hot water cleaning benefit.
I have recently acquired an Indesit washing machine, model number W822R and like you I was stumped as to how to use it. I too looked on Indesit's web site and could not find a manual for this particular machine. Years ago I owned a very similar machine, but only had a vague recollection of it's operating instructions. I looked through several of the manuals on Indesit's site and realised that there was a common theme running through them. The operating manual closest to W822R is the W101. All the wash cycle numbers match and my washing machine works perfectly with them.
One thing to bear in mind is that a lot of modern machines are cold fill only, whereas the W822R is hot and cold fill, so make sure you have both hoses on the back otherwise some wash programs won't work. The W822r can still be used as a cold fill machine by using a plastic 'Y' connecter, available from most plumbing outlets.
Hope this helps
In your browser bar type in; hoover after sales service
Click on instruction manuals.
Click on laundry
Click on washing machines
Then follow instructions, I do not know if if this will help for certain, but it may provide information you require.
Click on your model number (below FIXYA) on this website, & search. You will get a shortlist; click on your model, below the page you will get Manual/Guides. Click on the blue, you may find your manual on line, if available that is.
Make sure that the spin cycle is complete.
it has a timer/switch set @ about 3 min. You will observe a yellow pilot light.
It will show with a green pilot light when to press the open button.