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Control lock light is on , washer won't start

I have tried unpluggling it and replugging . Still does not work.

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  • snorider Feb 12, 2008

    that worked! thank you

  • Anonymous Feb 12, 2008

    need help finding lock button...

  • tomskat Feb 26, 2008

    I have tried unplugging it. Did not work.

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Your controll is in child lock turnning power off wont fix find the lock button and push hold till light goes out

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