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I have a Washing Machine which is saying EF0 I have found the reason, I have mice which have eaten the polystyrene float and made a nest there with other stuff, when I cleared the other stuff the EF0 went off until I tried to put the machine back in to its place. Where would I get a replacement float (or how could I make one) and how do I un-trip the flood protection switch (it is all bone dry so that is not a problem)   

I have a John Lewis JLWM1413 Washing Machine 

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Hi. You should be able to order a spare from www.4washerhelp.co.uk 

Once replaced it should stop triggering the error. 

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