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If machine has electronic controls (eg. digitally programable, sensors etc) I doubt anything but a factory (or authorised repair service) refit of the controlls are the options here, but if not, you may want to remove the entire rear panel, ALWAYS TURN OFF POWER AND REMOVE CORD FROM WALL SOCKET FIRST, and possibly the controller section to physically view inlet valve solenoid and see if there is corrosion and or moisture around it or anywhare else, sometimes a spray of CRC 226 or equivelant on the solenoid, switch pannel or any other component will be all it needs and perhaps a few light tapps on the solenoid or switches with the back of a screwdriver often works for older machines.
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
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