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Could have blown a circuit breaker in your electrical panel and if you have fuses could blow a fuse. You may have a short some place. Start with checking the cord and the plug its self. If you have a GFI receptacle you may have to reset that as well
If you are saying that a house fuse blew out then the question is why did that happen? If the washer shorted out and blew the house fuse then you have to work on the washer to see why. It might have been the transformer in the washer power supply. If the fuse blew during a storm then it might be lightning damage and that would mean replacing the power unit and the computer in the machine.
There is no internal fuse in the washer to replace. If you have replaced the fuse, make sure that is is a good one. If you are satisfied that you have power to the washer, then I'm afraid it sounds quite serious. Trust this helps.
the power surge probably shorted out something in the main wire harness or fried your motor. remove the screws from the control panel and look for any wires that are discolored, charred or disconnected. in the event you do't find it there trace the wiring thru the cabinet looking for the same thing. if you don't find that, replace the motor
is it the motor that got hot?, if so then check the motor carbons for wear, as these heat up when worn, also if the carbons are fine check the pump and filters for blockages, this makes the motor spin while water is still in the machine causing the motor to overheat, and subsequently tripping and blowing the fuses etc
hope i have helped a little
hi when your fuse blew it welded contacts inside door lock mech replace and all will be fine **** it could have been the door lock that blew fuse but check carbons whilst you have top of ALL THIS IS DONE WITH THE PLUG OUT DONT FORGET