This sounds like an serviceable issue to me, likely cause are electrical which could mean:A Faulty SensorBrushes in the motor needing replacingPoor wiring contactThere isnt a great deal which can be done without taking the machine apart, are you able to set it to the DRAIN program and see if it starts the pump, in most cases this would rule out a sensor fault.However if the machine want even drain, its going to need an engineer visit to diagnose this further.
The machine is relatively new so worn brushes seem unlikely. I would appreciate some help fixing it and am quite happy to take panels off etc. This is why I pay for this service.
OK lets just leave this open a little longer as I have found a repairman who says he will do it for £25 plus parts. If this doesn't work out I will ask for your help.
Hi Michael, well I cant get this other guy to fix it as we're too far... I'm happy to get the screwdrivers out and try and fix it. I don't have a multimeter though, I'm not likely to need one am I?
Hello? Are we still connected on this topic?
if its any help when I set it to, say, drain, and press the start button there is a definite 'click' from within the machine after a second or so. Nothing happens subsequently though.
No it still has water in it. We did have some water backed up in the Dishwasher. Could a backup have tripped some kind of cut off possibly?
I did buy running the exit pipe into a buicket. Its still wont run. I just thought maybe if it HAD backed up maybe it flipped some cut out.
No I guess we've exhausted all the possibilities. Thanks,