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Could be a defective latch or a controller fault preventing release

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Are we talking a lot or a little? If the unit is not draining at all then there might be something stuck in the drain pump impellor stopping it from turning at all, or stopping it running as quickly as it should so doesn't drain all the water. Is the drain outlet too high? This can cause the drain pump to struggle to reach the head height, also, water can run back from the drain pipework if blockage or height too high

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check inlets where hoses connect check filter

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call a LOCAL repair service .seals go out of them all the time .

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check inlet filters if ok make sure water solenoids ok

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AL01 is the error code for flooded base.
Firstly, disconnect the power cable!
Check the trumpet pipe that goes from the pump to the heater.
Is there water in the base, if so you need to remove the water and dry the base. Hope this helps and good luck.

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motor went out buy new one here. www.procellularservices.com just find the search engine type in the machine info if you want to get the same model

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clean the door rubbers and sides this sometimes fixes the problem as the seals are not closing properly and the fridge freezer thinks you have left the door open.

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No, check for broken drive belt.

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Hi,
F06 is a water level fault.
It will either be due to a faulty vacuum switch (which is the hockey-puck thing with the little tube to it,
or it will be not draining properly because of a blocked or faulty outlet pump or filter.
The worst case scenario is that it might be a control board failure.

Check the filter & pump first.
Check to see if the vacuum switch switches by sucking or blowing into the tube.
Sometimes just doing that can free it up if was stuck.?
Best of luck.

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Hi I hope this helps....
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Look for the fill float on a corner of the unit. Does it move freely? Is it waterlogged? This signals filled and empty depending where in the cycle it is.

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Request a wiring diagram for model FZA84P directly from Hotpoint.

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