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Same problem! The machine is unable to start and the display flashes without starting up. It seams power suply's fault but... when i desconected the display ribon cable i could be able to startup the machine! I read the manual to know what buttons to push (without the display), and the washer started without another problem than the absence of a display! I believe the answer lives in one of two chances: 1) power suply fault - probably a capacitor; 2) display module fault - it drains to much current.
if anyone finds the answer, please publish it!
All these sound like good advice but in addition - there is a re-set button on the back of this machine, push it and see if the problem continues. If you still have the same problem after re- setting your machine please call their customer service line at 0345 640 2020.
Code 52 is a loss of water during recirculation cycle. Possibly due to a faulty divertor valve. Check to see if water is circulating back into bowl & no water escaping out of the drain hose. May also be caused by a faulty motor controller.
The pump is at the lower left of the front of the machine covered by a white plate. Use a bowl to catch any remaining water when opening the screw thread inside and then clean and replace. If it is truely beyond repair then a new filter pump can be bought from ebay for £3 or thereabouts.
I have just drained mine manually in this way and am going to run it empty with soda crystals to glean a few more days use whilst the new pump arrives.