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Timer light keeps flashing

The timer light keeps flashing. The motor is running, but the drum is not spinning. The door is locked. The other lights are on steady, except the timer light that keeps flashing. I've tried to hit the pause/cancel button 2x. Nothing happened. I've tried to unplug the machine, when I plug it in, a little water squirts in. Then a hear a little buzzing sound. Then the machine, kicks in but the drum does not turn.
Any thing else I can try?

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