The fuse is located in a black cover. You need to gently pull the front panel out of the way and look to the right of the unit, in the area under where the panel was. There, you will see a black wire running into a black cylindrical case that has a black wire running out of the other end. Heed the warning on the label, please, and make sure that the power is unplugged form the wall. Gently pry open the casing and you will see the fuse within. The ends of the wires just pull off (gently) and then you have the fuse.
Tomorrow I go on a fuse hunt and try this out.
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did you unplug it,leave it unplugged for 5 minutes and plug it back in,if it's to hard to get to plug flip the breaker and leave the power off for 5 minutes or longer when you power it up again the door should unlock.here's a link to check hope it helps
You can try to reset control board///unplug washer for one min/plug unit back in within 5 seconds open and close lid 5 times after you do that wait a min then unplug wait a min plug back in and lets hope she works..hope this helps good luck need more help contact me.. thanks for voting
I answered this earlier but you may not have got it. Again it sounds like a leaking water pump. The easiest way to find this problem is to remove the outer case so you can see where the leak is coming from. This washer has a very cool design to get into the mechanism. Unplug the washer. The top console,(where the controls are), flips up. Usually you have to take out two screws on each of the front corners of the console and then pull the console forward and up until it flips upside down. Disconnect the lid switchwiring harness, this is usually a three wire plastic connector. Don't confuse it with the power cord plug, If you are not sure then follow the power cord where it enters the washer and you will see which one is its terminal connector plug. Take a large flat screw driver and stick it into the left and right hand slots that have the brass retainer clips . You stick the screwdriver straight down and then pry the clips out by pushing back on the screwdriver. Remove both clips, grab the outer washer cabinet and tip it towards you, at a 45 degree angle you can slide the front of the cabinet out from under the base and remove the whole cabinet. Plug the washer back in. Now you can start the fill cycle and look for leaks. Usually it is going to come from the water pump or the fill valve. If the washer fills and agitates with no leaks then you will have to unplug the washer again, jumper the lid switch wiring block, and plug the washer back in so you can test the pump out and spin cycle. Be very careful as you now have a high speed spin with no safeties, to keep you from reaching into the mechanism and getting your arm ripped off. Look for the leak and unplug the unit. Replace the bad part and reinstall the case, making sure that the back side corners of the case are pushed inwards and sitting on the base plate. Reinstall the clips by hooking them into the back panel first and then pushing down on the clip until it clicks in place. Plug your wiring harness back in, flip the console basck down and reinstall its screws. Good Luck, Appliance Specialists
FE is Fill Error. If door is closed and washer is plugged in, FE means water is too high and water pump will turn on.
This happens most often when a water fill valve will not shut off completely, allowing water to continue to fill washer, sometimes very slowly. If you shut off one valve (where the hose comes from the household plumbing) at a time you may be able to tell which valve is the culprit. The hot is a single coil valve, the cold is a multi coil valve. Both are the part where the hoses connect onto the machine.
To access valves, remove 3 phillips head screws at the back of the washer holding the top cover in place. Slide the top back about two inches and lift it off.