I've got an old Servis Quartz (I think its a 1000), and it now gives me an error code F6 :( . I know that this is a heating circuit problem but i have tested the thermostat and element and i have checked the heating circuit board and all seems to be OK. Any ideas what else the problem could be?
I have now had a closer look and have found out that if you blow into the pressure switch pipe to make it think it has water in the drum, the F6 error code disapears and the washing machine will run through a program just as usual with no strange happenings until it gets to draining the washing machine at which point it cuts out and goes back to F6 when it empties.
I'm sure this is all down to a simple problem and any advice at all will be greatfully recieved.
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