Skip to main content
Fisher & Paykel Product Help

Beeping + hot water light flashing

Find Fault Fix

Beeping

+ hot water light flashing

Hot tap/faucet

Turning off both taps first, disconnect the hot tap inlet hose at the straight (tap) end before turning the hot tap back on to check the water flow.

Inlet hoses – filters

Filters inside the two inlet hoses connecting your washer to the taps can become blocked. Turning off the taps first, unscrew the hoses at the machine end. Remove filters with nose pliers and clean if required.

Inlet hoses – connections

If the two inlet hoses connecting your washer to the hot and cold taps are the wrong way around, this can confuse your washer when filling. To check, turn off the taps, swap the hoses around, and turn the taps back on.

Water temperature too low

Your water supply may not be hot enough to maintain the temperature selected. Try selecting a lower temperature.

Water pressure too low

Test the water pressure elsewhere in your household as this can affect wash temperature.