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hi I got this machine just over a year ago it's worked great until about a week ago! The last time it was used it finished its cycle no problem.

I put a load in the machine and when you turn it on all the lights and digital display flash it all gradually goes dimmer and the machine does nothing! Any ideas would be greatly appreciated as indesit wasn't interested as its over a year old.

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First thing I would try is plugging it into a totally different wall socket. Even if you have to temporarily use an extension cable. 

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32 minutes ago, Whitegoodshelp (Andy) said:

First thing I would try is plugging it into a totally different wall socket. Even if you have to temporarily use an extension cable. 

Sadly it's still just flashing but it is a constant flash rather than diminishing.

Many thanks for replying to my query.

Regards Tim 

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Hi. It still sounds like a power problem. Could be a faulty connection or a fault on the control panel or main PCB. Or even a burned out or faulty connection on the main door lock. 

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1 hour ago, Whitegoodshelp (Andy) said:

Hi. It still sounds like a power problem. Could be a faulty connection or a fault on the control panel or main PCB. Or even a burned out or faulty connection on the main door lock. 

Thanks for your advice Andy! Looks like I'm taking the lid off the machine and having a look!!

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Always worth a look for anything obvious but I wouldn’t start speculatively replacing expensive parts. 

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