Appliance Repair Questions? Ask a Technician for Answers ASAP
Good evening RupertWelcome to the Technical section in JustAnswer. My name is ***** ***** I will help you today.I surmise that you want the same company to attend again and deal with the latest problem - is that correct?_____If you receive a phone call offer, please ignore it - these are system generated and outside my control. My understanding is that you won't be charged if there's no phone call.
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I might do, but unless I'm being thick I can't see the make and model of the appliance in question - could you tell me?And is it still displaying E19?
My apologies - you had already included the E-Nr number; I managed to miss it.It seems that you've done the usual things. Do you have a wet vacuum cleaner?
A plunger might do, but a wetvac would be my weapon of choice - using that you could repeatedly fill the sump and suck it back to draw out any sediment that's sitting in the drain hose.A cheap wetvac would be cheaper than an engineer's visit, and you could use it for all manner of household blockages ;-)
You're very welcome :-)You can continue to post here if you need more help - this topic won't be closed for several days.