I have a Candy cds 120 dishwasher. The problems occurs not all the time but most of the time for all programs. The washing process starts with rinsing and afterwards the water is discharged. Then you hear something (starting to take water?) but immediately the light starts flashing shortly and nothing happens. After a few seconds, this process starts over. This can take hours and the washing process never ends.In case the machine does the washing process without this error, at the end, it does not finish normally but after half an hour of drying, the washing process restarts from zero.
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If you are, can you tell me which light is flashing please?
The light that flashes is the light on top to the right if you look to the front of the device. During washing, this light should be on continuously until the end.
I hope you can give me some clue of what is happening.
Hi Thanks for the information.Unfortunately I cant find any technical details on this, so ill opt out while I continue to look.This opens the question to others as wellIf any of us find an answer for you, we will respond and you will get a message from the site.ThanksRob
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It seems that the question is too complicated to find an answer this way. As far as I am concerned, you can cancel the question and I will ask a technician to look at the machine locally.