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E2 fault I've tried everything I can think of to help the sensor realise that there isn't too much water in the cavity yet it still keeps stopping very early on in the programme and flashes this fault. Any ideas about what's causing it and how I might best rectify it without resorting to expensive tech. help? aye Andy

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The fault is being caused by a blocked side fill chamber and or a blocked sump fill tube,depending on the model, remove the filter and look for a black rubber flap on the right side at the back of sump, remove the flap and discard, clean out the pipe, this pipe goes to the side chamber, remove the right side of the machine and remove the side fill chamber to do this remove the large nut in the inside of machine, half way up the side, remove two screws in the lower section of side chamber, remove and clean out, some of the water ways are very small if you cannot clean it out you will need to replace the chamber. Regards Engineer

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