Question about Kenmore Washing Machines
If it is both units, it may be the power source. Were they on the same circuit? If so check to see if the power is clean (120v, at 60Hz and a good breaker). It sound like you have tried different receptacles but were they on different circuits? Also the electronics may have been fried from a surge or in storage pest or something else may have gotten to the wires.
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