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Dishwasher was tipped and won't run

My Zanussi DE6850 was tipped when we moved house (actually it was put on its side i think) and now the 'washing cycle' and 'drying cycle' lights flash simultaneously. The manual says that this is the Flood Protection warning. Clearly something needs to be reset - does anyone know where i should start?

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Anonymous

I have the same problem if you take off the tray below the front door and set a small blow heater in there it will dry the out the anti flood switch. It usally takes about 25 mins for the machine to start working again.

Posted on Jul 20, 2007

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