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Hi- It sounds like the controller is loose. It snaps into the drawer frame on upper right hand corner of the drawer, directly under the LED lights. You can try squeesing the door panel and the tub together the LED's and see if you can advance the cycles. Otherwise you may need someone to come out and remove the panel and check the controller. You can try unplugging the DW and seeing if it will reset itself. Good luck.

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