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We keep getting an E03 code, and we have checked for  blockages in the filter, drain pump and drainage pipe. If the washing machine isn't used for a few days, it works perfectly fine for the next wash, and then on the second wash we will get E03. Any suggestions gratefully recieved! 

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Hi. What brand of washing machine is it?


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It is a Hoover DYN 8144 DIX 8 kg has been in use just under 18 months. Not even used every day in fact only twice a week. Annoying thing is it works perfectly sometimes. 

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Hello,

E03 might be referring to a drain fault. However, it's important to realise that errors like that can be triggered by the washing machine detecting the water hasn't pumped out properly - OR by a fault on the system that detects this. In other words when the fault occurs you need to establish whether the washing machine has not emptied the water out or whether it has, but it just thinks it hasn't. The latter can be caused by pressure system faults and blockages

With it being intermittent, usually after a second wash, it might be a partial blockage. If you can see it hasn't drained the water out properly when the error occurs but can't find a blockage try this article Can’t Find a Blockage But Washing Machine Still Not Draining


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