Set machine to prog 3.machine worked for about 8 seconds then function buttons delay timer,easy iron,extra rinse started flashing and on off door lock has rapid flashing.The machine will not work while this is happening. I have tried turning the power off
but this does not work. i have left the machine on all night incase its something to do with the delay timer but that has not worked please can anybody help.
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Re: indesit WIL103 flashing lights problem
Because of the short time this runs then stops, there could be maybe 3 faults,
1 check water inlet valves and supply for water flow
2 check for any motor action (use another programme)
3 check heater element for open circuit
number 1 or number 3 sounds most likely
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I have the same machine only 18 months old and I had same problem after only 2 months needed new pcb board , since then had nothing but problems between cement block and now not spinning my advice ...... get rid it'll only break your heart and your purse!!!!!!
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Hi, sounds like you need to change the door interlock located where the door catch pushes into.
Take the top off and undo the two screws with a tork screwdriver
(Remember to turn off the supply and pull out the plug top)
from the looks of it, this is called an f12
lights 1&2, communication error which seems to be quite common. I've got the same problem. If there's nothing in your filter, it could be the pcb (apparently, according to the research I've done so far). Quite expensive apparently (£200?), but these machines don't seem very reliable, lots of people on the web having problems.