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Bosch Axxis problem

We have the machine for about 4 years and it was working fine, but all of a sadden it stopped working. When turn it on and select a cycle, regardless
which one, the "start" button light is not on, tried to make sure all doors are closed, let it stand for several hours and finally lights start flashing, when come to push start button, nothing happens, light continue flashing even if I hold it for a while pushed for start. After several hours, maybe a day it starts working itself in the selected cycle. It goes through full cycle, stops and the same thing happens with a new load. Please help.
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    After switching on sometimes buttons do not respond or at final button all go blank.after several on/offs program will select and start

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Thought these additional details might help as we are having a similar problem.

When the washer is turned on we get a blank screen, then after a bit we see the display flash. After sometime flashing then we see it go to normal and we can run it. It is as almost as if it need to warm up...

We can get the display to show faster, by playing with the knob. However, the machine still needs time before we can use it.

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance.

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