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You can switch off the washer and remove the panel carefully, The buttons are normally held by small plastic hinges and it could have been damaged. You can remove the switch panel from inside and keep the buttons in place with a soft glue before the board is replaced back to place.
It is possible the the door switch has failed and so unless this switch contacts when closed the program will not start as a safety measure for filling water to the tub. So remove power and slide the machine to check the door switch for continuity , you can short to test this switch before replacement.
Hi from retired Englishman in SW France,
You will need to type into your search engine/web browser '(make model number) washer manual' and you should be presented with a number of sources from which you can either download for free or have to pay a nominal amount.
You could also try the manufacturer's web site direct ;-0)
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I am not to sure if this answers your question but I think you are asking which way the hot and cold hoses connect to the wasing machine? if this is the case if you look on the back of the washing machine you will see stamped in the metel a H for hot connect the hot water inlet hose to this, If it is not marked, hook up the hot water hose to the washing machine and place the water temp selector to hot and turn machine on if hot water comes out you have the correct hose hooked up,if not then the cold water hose goes were you hooked up the hot water hose. hope this helps
Most washing machines have a safety switch on the lid. If that switch has been broken or a wire fell off then closing the lid does not close a safety circuit and will not allow the machine to enter the spin cycle.
1st make sure the switch is getting depressed when the lid is closed. I am not familiar with your exact machine. On my Whirlpool I can take a screw driver and push the switch in while the lid is open and get the spin cycle to occur. Be careful to not have anything in the machine and keep all hands and any item you might be wearing away from the drum so it does not get caught in the spinning with the lid open. The location of the switch will very, but on mine it was on the right side, on the lip of the opening. There was a **** in the sheet metal in which a flat piece prong slid through when the lid was closed. Let me know if you need a picture and I can post a link to what it looks like on my machine.
2nd if that does not work then you may need to remove the switch and verify it is working. Unplug the washing machine from the electrical outlet. Place an Ohm Meter/Continuity tester across the switch electrical contacts. Activate the switch and you should be able to see that the switch opens/closes its electrical contacts. If it does not, replace the switch with a new one.
You can easily find replacement switches off the internet or your local appliance parts store. You will need the make and model # of your washer when ordering the part. I would check several places. I have found prices very greatly. I would expect the part to be less than $20.