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I washed my car mats (overloaded?). It kept stopping. I took them out and did not do the spin cycle. since then did 3 loads. 4th load, stopped the machine to answer a phone call @ the spin cycle; could not re-start the machine do the final spin. unplugged, re-powered, unit would not power-on at all. Is there a fuse or circuit-breaker? How do I open the panel to check? is there a re-set switch?

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This one sounds like a simple one. Try the following in this order:

  1. Close the lid and start.
  2. Advance the timer. (Rotate the dial forward a bit)
If none of these work, let me know and I will give you some other things to check, however I bet this will get you going.

Good Luck!

Posted on Dec 06, 2007

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