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Yes your washing machine is trying to tell you something-somethings wrong-are there any flashing lights while the beeps are happening-also do you have the owners manual-this is always a good place to start-cheers Denny
Is the machine showing a "code" like FdL or F11 in the window where the numbers count down? The machine won't start because it thinks there's a problem. FdL and F11 are often times the codes most displayed when the machine beeps and won't start. FdL means a door lock problem and F11 means a motor or motor control board problem. If it's flashing either one of those codes the problem is most often the CCU circuit board in the machine (inside, top, back, plastic case) The CCU circuit board has what's called cold solder joints causing bad communication between the CCU and the door lock and/or the motor or motor control board. The cure for this is to remove the case with the circuit board then remove the circuit board and resolder the points on the circuit board where the spade connectors and relays (5 of them) connect to the circuit board. If you're good with soldering techniques the job is easy. If not, take the board in the case to a good appliance repair shop (along with this response) and they should be able to help you out. Good luck.