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Display keeps flashing

Hi, the display keeps flashing on and off. The touch pad is unresponsive. The only way to stop the flashing is to unplug the cord. Is there any way to reset the machine or is the problem more severe. The problem started when I opened the door to put in another load. Thanks. DZ

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  • plsehelp Jan 02, 2008

    I have the same problem and it just keeps happening. 1.unplug 2. replug after an hr or 2 begins blinking and if i keep trying to press button it comes on and I can get it to do one load and then I have to begin all over again. Is this a computer issue or display issue? Any clue would be helpful. Thank you.

  • tstony Jan 13, 2008

    I have the same problem and when I plug into another outlet everything is OK. Plug back into original outlet and flashing continues. Outlet tests OK with 119 volts. Really confused...

  • rarose13 Feb 14, 2008

    I have the same model MAH7500WH problem and nothing but patience seems to work. If you wait long enough it will start to work again for a load or multiple loads but you cannot depend on it to be ready to wash when you are. It has a mind of its own. I've tried all the above mentioned solutions but if they work at all it is only temporary.

    I have had service out and they said it was the control board (computer) which now has a list price of approximately $500. They would discount slightly but still nearly $500 for the service. You can buy a very good top load washer and even a low end front loader for that price. I still haven't made up my mind as to what to do. My wife will not allow a mis-matched pair so I would have to invest in a washer/dryer set. The dryer has performed well.

  • bitbngr Mar 06, 2008

    Having the same problem, with the same results, as rarose13. I've noticed that the problem happens more frequently when the dryer is running, which is on the same circuit. I can usually resurrect the washer by holding my finger down on the display panel (seems to make the blinking stop sooner), and by plugging the washer into a different circuit than the dryer.

    Would love to know how to resolve this without a major investment...



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Try to unplug the power cord for few houres, and then plug it back, it might solve your problem. Good luck !

Posted on Jul 24, 2007

  • Dov Dror Aug 03, 2007

    Do you still have this problem or it was already solved ?
    In case it was solved,it will be nice if you will let us know how !



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