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Zanussi Aquacycle 1100 XC - when trying to start the machine the door clicks 3 times and then I get a error / beeping sound.

I have just swapped the door interlock which didn't change the problem.

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Hi,

Please clean out the interior of your machines and clean any filters as necessary, then attempt to run again. If this continues, please call Zanussi at 03445 610 645 to help overcome the issue. Thank you.

Posted on Sep 30, 2022

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