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Check that the door is closing, check the door latch, if the sensor is stuck, that can be the reason.

Unplug the power cord , wait ten minutes or so and plug it back.

Keep the start button pressed for ten seconds.

Try advancing the timer control to a different program and see if it start.

If it still does not start, the most likely is a defective timer control.

See also suggestions on this website: It doesn't spin. There you also find replacement parts.

If you need to call a technician you can use the phone number listed on the owner manual.

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