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I read through the user manual on this machine and it was of no help with this problem. What I can say is that some electronic devices will shut off immediately when turned on if there is a severe electrical problem in the device. Do the basics. Unplug everything, clean and reconnect all items. Check all parts that are opened and closed manually. Visually inspect these areas for damage or wear. Make sure water/steam is not getting into the electronic areas of the machine.
It means it was unable to achieve sufficient vacuum to hit whatever set point you have it set for. It also probably means a) you have a leak in the chamber or b) the device creating the vacuum may be clogged or broken.
If you are not using purified or distilled water, most likely the heating element or sensor has become encrusted with lime or calcium and gives a false reading which will not allow the heating element to engage. (safety stuff you know) All you could try is a fill with a limeaway solution of 20%, cycle, drain and refill with distilled water, or disassemble and clean the components.
Error 3 is a Door lock error and has nothing to do with the water sensor. Tighten the door down snuggly, but don't over-tighten. If it still doesn't work it may need a door rebuild or switch replacement. Call for service if it doesn't restart.