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Hi

we have a Beko WMI 71641.  It seems to be stuck on pause as the solid arrow on the display is flashing.  We switched it off overnight hoping it would clear but when turning on this morning it's exactly the same.

we have tried to cancel by holding the start button for 3 secs or more but nothing.  We have tried resetting by holding the start button and switching on.  This then shows an E08 code and then when letting go of the start button proceeds to the whole display lighting up.  We have tried to go through test mode but nothing happens again!

my husband checked the pump because of the E08 code but all seems ok.

any help would be appreciated.

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On 08/04/2018 at 14:38, NMGIBBS1976 said:

Hi

we have a Beko WMI 71641.  It seems to be stuck on pause as the solid arrow on the display is flashing.  We switched it off overnight hoping it would clear but when turning on this morning it's exactly the same.

we have tried to cancel by holding the start button for 3 secs or more but nothing.  We have tried resetting by holding the start button and switching on.  This then shows an E08 code and then when letting go of the start button proceeds to the whole display lighting up.  We have tried to go through test mode but nothing happens again!

my husband checked the pump because of the E08 code but all seems ok.

any help would be appreciated.

hello there - can you open up the porthole door of the washing machine? - if you can , you can try turning off the machine and try  filling up the drum manually with clean water with a pyrex jug (a few jugfuls) and then set the cycle to either 'pump out' or 'spin' and (providing when you turn it on the pause light goes out or starts the cycle once you push the button with some water in the drum) let it go through the cycle and see if the machine resets itself - worth a try as sometimes this little trick 'resets' the water level pressure switch and the electronics. oh and you could also make sure the porthole  door is closed right up as well because on some washing machines if the door isnt closed up fully (or there is a problem with the door locking mechanism) then the pause button could flash like this too

 

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