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Programme 1 When the machine is switched onto the above programme 1, there is a loud humming noise and water leaks out from the front detergent dispenser. The machine only partly fills, and does not dry properly in that programme. That does not happen in other programme numbers. I have checked all hoses and there are no apparent leaks Both drier elements are ok, all overload swithches are ok and condenser seems to be unblocked and water flows through it.The dryer fan motor is running as is the drain pump motor. Is there a cold solenoid problem here or is it something else?

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Make sure both solenoids have a working supply (if two fitted) at rear.

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