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Clearing out the water (so that the sensor does not detect the water) and turning off and on at the mains power will probably get it going again, but water in the base could be caused by a number of issues which need to be rectified.
Ensure the machine is turned off at the mains power when doing any work on the machine and mopping up the water.
1. Check that the outlet hose is not kinked or crushed.
2. Check that there are no blockages in the drain hose or the drainage system that the appliance is connected to.
3. The drain pipe may be placed in too high a position.
4. Check for leaks inside the machine.
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Yes, there may be a little water below the bottom of the cylindrical filter - ensure the filters are cleaning and that no debris has got through into the drain outlet. Also, check the waste and drainage pipework for any blockages in that. I'm not sure about the vent in the side, is water leaking onto the floor? if necessary can you remove the plinth and look underneath?
As I understand it you may need to try the P button reset a few times before it resets. Use the power button to turn the machine off and on and hold the P button down until it comes to life.
Yes, I would say so. My other suspicion is that as it's not responding to the reset is that there's a fault with the Control circuit.
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