We have (had) a working Zanussi DW907 dishwasher. My daughter, bless her heart, decided to put parts of a juicing machine in it on Wednesday, without any initial degunging of fibrous fruit debris from said parts. I believe that the machine stopped at the beginning of the program cycle and SWMBO removed the offending items. Since then, the programmer will not progress through its cycle - advances a bit then stops and waits for human intervention. Also, the main CU RCD tripped out 3 times when my wife tried to use it yesterday.
Could putting loads of fibrous materials into the machine cause this much havoc? I am particularly concerned by the RCD behaviour! Where do I start to try and rectify the damage? It is likely that we will be re-furbing the kitchen later in the year, so I don't want to buy another unit that is unlikely to fit in with the revised design. If we can extend the life of this machine for a few more months it would be a god-send.