UK Appliance Repair Questions? Ask a Technician for Answers ASAP
OK you have got water in the base, if you put a towel at the back and then tip it backwards to let the water fun out, leave it for about half and hour and then retry it With luck that will have reset the flood protection device if not you will have to strip it out - try that first and then come back to me with the results - Ian
No you misunderstand, you have got water between the bottom of the appliance and the wash cavity, there is a float switch located in this area that stops the appliance running if it springs a leak. You will need to remove the front kickstrip and see if you can see water in the base. Its fiddly but other than doing that its an appliance out of the fitted unit to get at it.