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Re: Initial Power surge
Look on the back of the unit, for the average numbers for volts/amps..multiply that by 1.66(for peak power) and add a factor of 25% for power factor correction from your inverter. You may want to place a resistor/diode array in line with that, so that any reverse surge from the power cycling of the washer, won't back up your inverter feed.
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The door does not open because there is water inside the machine. To open the door you need to empty the tub first.
To empty the tub disconnect power, open the door at the bottom of the machine's front side, unscrew the drain filter cap and collect water using a container.
Usually that is enough to allow the door to open. If the door does not get released, try running a cycle again.
If still no luck, then the door is locked either because the pressure switch detecting water level is clogged with soap or because the power surge has damaged some component. In that case the machine must be partially disassembled to reach the back of the door opening mechanism. The door latch is reachable either from drain filter access or from top of the appliance.
Emptying water through the drain filter and/or restarting a cycle usually is enough to release the door lock.
if computer is broken that is your timer dial not worth fixing sometimes as much as a new washer but it could be your interlock you can test this by closing door set machine to a programme hit the front of your washer to the right of the door as you look at it if not take lid of make sure power is off look down inside the front of your machine were your door seal is attached to the outer drum were u hit the washer on the inside will be your interlock switch replace that before paying out for a timer m8 more than likely that is the problem