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Re: machine blocks at rince cycle
Running empty or full makes no difference.
problem may be not draining
to test this, put some water in appliance from a jug then start the cycle. (first action is to drain) see if water disappears. get back to me if you wish
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If ur machine have additives cycle, check whether the solenoid valve (for opening water inlet to the additives' tray) is working or not. You can check this by listening to the sound of water during additive cycle. If it is not working, you have to replace the water inlet valve unit.
Be certain BOTH fill hoses are turned on. What happens is hoses get reversed, and someone turns off the hot water (which is connected to the cold inlet) and the machine needs cold water on rinse, so it will JUST STOP and wait happily forever. Both taps on and then check for reversed hoses.