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Hi, you either have a broken water inlet valve, or your float is stuck in the down position or it may be broken. Best of luck.

Posted on Feb 23, 2011

  • jdveiga Feb 24, 2011

    Hi Ned, My earlier info was a bit sketchy.
    had the F2 fault and did the usual sump clean/dry, but this time iI have another problem
    The water starts flowing when I put the power on and does not stop, checked the float, when activated this starts the drain pump and shows F2 fault, checked the level switch OK.
    Water inflow only stops when the power switch is off.
    Have used the machine by controlling the water manually cycle is OK
    Jude

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