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Firstly look to check nothing is stuck in the pipes as in coins or wire from bras etc..these will always cause problems for the machines... if this isnt the problem it may be a fuse. Or worst case senario one of the boards needs replacing.
is it the motor that got hot?, if so then check the motor carbons for wear, as these heat up when worn, also if the carbons are fine check the pump and filters for blockages, this makes the motor spin while water is still in the machine causing the motor to overheat, and subsequently tripping and blowing the fuses etc
hope i have helped a little
hi when your fuse blew it welded contacts inside door lock mech replace and all will be fine **** it could have been the door lock that blew fuse but check carbons whilst you have top of ALL THIS IS DONE WITH THE PLUG OUT DONT FORGET