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1. Leave the washing machine to stand for a few hours to warm up and it should start to work
2. If the machine is brand new and stops after a short time, there may be a vacuum or suction in the machine.
During transport, for example, the eco-ball in the bottom hose can jump up and then not drop back down into its position.
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We understand the frustration of not being able to use your appliance. In some cases, a check of the wall outlet and fuse can help narrow down the potential issue and we've included the instructions below. In the instance where the wall outlet is working as it should, the issue points towards the appliance. If the product is showing no signs of powering on, please contact Electrolux Service Centre and arrange for our service engineer to resolve this issue.
Testing the product
2. Plug another device (table lamp or hairdryer for example) into the electrical outlet and switch ON. This will test that power is getting to the socket.