Hotpoint Aquarius WF320 Flashing Lights (1200 Spin)

Have just read earlier messages on this appliance.
On my WF320 .. I have flashing lights :-
....On/Off flashes really fast....
....Wash Enhance Flashes slowly....

I can see the Error Code List from Rocks1...
How are the lights are numbered ???
'Wash Enhance' is the top light -- Is this Number 1 ???
If it is then I have a 'Heater Relay' Fault -- Where is
the Heater Relay located ????

I assume the drum has to come out ??
Machine is 6 years old.
I would appreciate any advice.
Regards John Galley
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In my message (just sent) I meant to ask
before my last para :-
How long to replace Heating Element...
Heater relay is on the pcb , it's tucked in the corner you need a new pcb
Many thanks 'Rocks1'.
Can you confirm that 'Wash Enhance' light is number 1. ??

When I remove power for a while and start a wash --
the cycle works till it switches Heater ON and that
trips my RCCD..
If I do this with 'heat off' it continues to operate so
I think it is a faulty element..
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Right more info , then yes heater is faulty
hello everyone.

I have a similar problem it is light 3 which according to Rocks1's info means:

f02 light 3 motor, jammed/ tacho

can anyone tell what this means exactly please.

the machine does work now and again by the way.

thanks in advance


Hi.. i have exactly this problem and light number 3 which is the rinse hold.. is flashing along with on/off start/pause.. i replaced carbon brushes and machine runs but seems to run a bit eratic and jumpy.. drum tends to swing and bang about. when the drain pump is activated and drains.. it then repeat the draining process again then a click followed by the flashing light 3 (rinse hold) and on/off light. please help! its a hotpoint aquarius wf320.
This looks a bit wrong.

My Wash Enhance (top light) & On/Off light flashes, and according to rocky's list that's heating relay.
But this error only occurs when it's about to Spin, and it sounds like it's pumping out water.

So heating relay doesn't sound likely for this particular issue.

Also, I tried using it with "no heat" and it made no difference - still same error.
Heater relay is on the pcb, might be heater but relay sticks and causes this fault. New relay needed or pcb.

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