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There are three ways that light will come on.
So, that leads me to the following questions.
I believe the pressure switch is faulty. See the attached pages. You can try removing it and cleaning it first before replacing. Oftentimes, they get plugged up with food, grease or mineral deposits.
Sounds good, thanks, Graham!
I do believe the pressure switch is faulty and will need to be replaced.
The site below handles their parts.
Hmm, that is the same model number??
I believe that is the one below.
Sorry, I forgot you were in the UK.
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Is there water in the base? I would look at the drain hose for any pin hole leaks.
Can you run it with a panel off to see if it is dripping anywhere that you can see?
If there is water leaking and it actuates the flood program, it will cause that. We need to see where the leak is.
The only way is to watch as it washes to see where the leak is coming from, unless there is a water trail that you can see.
Okay, good luck hunting! :~)
Ah, crap, yeah that is not good.
The link below is to the part you will need!
No, there is no seal kit for those, unfortunately. That is the way with most manufacturers now.
See the electronics and other parts from your old one, too! They will sell on eBay and help to recover the cost of a new one! I sell a lot of used parts! :~)
*Sell not see....
List them by the part numbers on that site!
No, that is the seal in the sump that the plastic port goes into. You need the seal in between the motor and the housing.
I don't think so, it goes around the nozzle on part 1.
Yeah, it used to be that you could get a seal kit and rebuild the pump part of those. I have not seen any of those kits for several years now, though, for any manufacturer.
Well good luck, hopefully it holds and no floor damage! :-)
Roger that, thank you!