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No power FP WL26CW1 in middle of wash cycle the washer lost power. Checked outlet power to outlet is good. Washer will not turn on. Left unplugged for 30 minutes. Plugged back in still will not power on.

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It sound like the lower board has failed check that ther was no water leaks from the valves into the board also check that the resistance on the valves are the same if they are diffrent this can blow the board as well. hope this helps.

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