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Re: E MACHINE 390
Check CMOS is finding hard drive at POST (power on self test) if present then is the boot sequence set correctly. Is cpu fan running, is hdd and cd/dvd devices running? Is there a display on screen, if yes what does it say ?
Check ribbon cable to hdd from motherboard is good, replace with a known good one and try booting again. Come back with results, for more support.
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Maybe the internal drum was rocking due to an unbalance with the weight of the towels that it has knocked onto the door causing the glass to break. only thing i can think of , glass shouldn't break unless its hit or there is a large amount of temperature change, adding cold water to a hot glass for instance.
either your door actuator is broken or the door switch itself. look at the door and see if the latch(actuator) is broken or loose. If not order a door switch. It can be changed easy if you remove the retainer from the bellows and loosen it from the front of machine.
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Very likely the bearings in the motor have begun to fail. You can replace the motor, but for a 15 year old DW, sometimes it makes better sense to just buy a new one. Depends on the features the old DW has, vs new, vs motor replacement cost.
Do you have an ice maker? That noise could be the ice maker trying unsuccessfully to dump ice, usually caused by a defective heater to loosen the ice cubes prior to dumping them into the container.
Possibly even if your ice maker appears to be functioning normally, it may be attempting to dump ice several times before the ice is actually ejected and if you don't use a lot of ice, you'd never notice it.
This is a very loud machine. Here's the normal operation: You turn it on, and wait a few minutes for it to heat up, at which point the heating light will go off. Then make sure the function knob is turned to coffee, and it will start brewing. At first, it will make a short (loud) sound and then stop for a second. The purpose behind this is that the machine is pre-wetting the coffee, so that steam can more easily shoot through it in a couple of seconds. Then the loud noise will start again and run continuously until you turn the function knob back to the center. So, the sounds you were hearing were normal. There is a delay between when you hear the sounds and the water starts flowing out. If the coffee is pressed down (tamped) too hard, that delay will be longer. Hope this helps. You made a much better choice purchasing this machine rather than the more expensive EM-200, in my opinion.
your thermostat/s are not doing their jobs. They are allowing your dryer to overheat and also if your dryer has not been cleaned out on the interior you might want to do that. I've taken out globbs of lint build-up in them.