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CAN ANY ONE TELL ME WHEN WATER LEVEL LEVEL LIGHT IS ON DOES THAT MEAN ITS USING LESS WATER THAN WITH LIGHT OFF I HAVE NO INSTRUCTIONS FOR MY MACHINE CAN ANY ONE GIVE ME A BASIC USER GUIDE

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Http://www.bshappliancecare.com/Bosch/ click "instruction manual download" type WFT in the search box, and you are taken to the downloads page - sorry i couldn't link to it directly. Hope this helps :)

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