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Fault can be due to more than one cause.
take top off machine
locate pressurestat - usually a round device with anything from 3 to 7 wires to it and a small diameter tube to it.
check no split or crack in tube and that it is not blocked.
the small diameter hose goes to an air chamber. often this air chamber gets clogged especially if you use liquid detergent. if clogged, clear it with hot water.
pressurestat may also be faulty but these are a reliable device. to test, remove small dia tube and attach your own tube. with machine in fill mode, blow into tube and you should hear a click and water stops
ps i live near truro
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Possible that there is no INLET pressure or water flow to the machine, check the inlet filter and valve, check for good flow to the valve if the hose is disconnected. If not it needs to be checked if the panel board is showing error due to memory fault..
You may have soap & grease in the pipe that leads to the pressure switch. Remove and flush through and/or replace. dry before refitting. Thus constant high would give pump faults (thinks machine still contains water). Constant low may cause over filling. If you have a plug that suddenly moves, that can cause the above errors.
Hi from retired Englishman in SW France,
Indesit (Hotpoint, Ariston) Error code H20
(Quote)'If the machine is not in the demo mode and this error is displayed it means there is no water being supplied to the machine.
To cancel press and hold start/cancel then press again to cancel the drain and the machine should now be reset and display 'ON' as usual.'(unquote)
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H20 does in fact indicate a problem with the incoming water supply.
Check the inlet hoses/s to make sure they are not kinked or restricted in anyway, more so when the washer is pushed back.#
Make sure tap/s are fully turned on, make sure you have good water pressure.
It would also be a good idea to check the gauze filters in the inlet to the valve/s.
H20 is indicating that you have no water coming in.
Check water is turned on,check hose(s) are not kinked, and finally check inlet valve.
If you are not sure if there is water to m/c, turn the tap off, disconnect the hose(s), and hold over sink and turn tap back on, water should come out, if it does not, then there is a prob with the supply.
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