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I have a Hotpoint Ultima WT965 washing machine and the display has started flashing on and off and I'm unable to operate the machine at all?

The display is flashing on and off and it's making a clicking noise. I can't operate the machine at all.

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If its a top loader check the lid switch ,it might be going off balance ,rearrange the clothes evenly

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SOURCE: i have a hotpoint ultima washing machine wt965 and

F05 - Pressure switch jammed on full - Check pump for blackages. Also resetting the machine sometimes solves the problem switch off at plug for 5 mins then switch back on and try again. hop this helped

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use electrical tape then put whole clover on it yes it is whole clover

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