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Hi from retired Englishman in SW France,
F05 for Whirlpool washers decodes as 'NTC failure'. NTC stands for Negative Temperature Co-efficient and all that means is the water temperature sensor ;-0)
I have heard that occasionally it can be brought back to life by pouring in a few kettles of hot water into the washer, leaving for 10 minutes, spinning the water out and re-trying. If it doesn't work it means a service call. Sorry ;-0(
Hey there buddy. Sounds like you're in a real pickle! First of all, don't panic!!! Same thing happened to my mate and he's fine now. Is it plugged in? Where do you live? I'll call over and fix it for you tomorrow.
i can only surgest a simple check for you with this one & that would start with the plug, open the plug & check all the wires are were they should be if so try a fuse change & hopefully this will solve your problem if not try plugging it into a differnt socket just to be sure theres not a power issue between the socket & plug.
Milwaukee tools have a 5yr warranty, best thing to do is to take it to a service center. It could be anything from the cord to switch, brushes, field coil etc. If it is newer than 5 yrs, thats the best route.