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Service m6500 after last wash the start button contiues to flash unable to use washer even if power is turned of

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My washer did the same until i relalised that after the wash when light is flashing, turn control to stop position and wait until it stops flashing before turning machine off. Sometimes i have to turn control right around again for it to stop flashing but this is how it works.

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