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As a guess I would suggest that the mains cable has a break in it, just where the burn marks are, possibly due to flexing back and forth.
REMOVE THE PLUG FROM THE SOCKET.
If it was me I would cut into the cable at the burn marks, strip it back to expose the break, cut back the wires and I would carry out a safe but temporary join- but you are not me!!! You will need to have the cable replaced, sorry ;-0(
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no power at machine is the fuse in plug ok. if ok switch off remove plug take off lid and just look at connections from mains cable are they ok and not burned then if ok look at the main pcb make sure connections are tight door switches on these machines were fairly trouble free so i can only advise you on the basics of fault finding with the limited info hope this helps
It could be anything but one of the most likely things is a faulty door switch. What were the circumstances leading up to the fail ? Have you checked the filter? Is there any water in the machine? Try unplugging it and leave it off for 15 mins. difficult without any more clues... I hope I have been of help but please do not hesitate to ask if you have any further questions. I appreciate your vote if you appreciate my reply.
have you tried cleaning the filter at the bottom. remove the front plateat the bottom and there is a small round plate at the left. this has a screw in it. when you have removed this you give it a twist. a bucketload of water and gunk will come out. i found about 60p in 5's but when it was all removed it started to work again
it is seperate heaters for wash and dry and unlikely to be connected with blocked filter tho you should check filter regularly. take top off. on manifold running across top you will see stats. one of these at least is resettable by presssing a small knob in middle and if it has gone you will hear a slight click. then check dryer manifole for build up of lint as pooir air flow can cause stat to pop.
for wash heating, start by checking continuity of the wash heater located at the bottom of the tub