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Remove the lower panel by taking out the screws at the bottom. Unplug washer. Then reach up inside to the bottom of the door switch and pull down on lever to unlatch the door. Try running machine again after plugging back in.
Here are the steps to unlocking the door manually if clothes are still in the machine. 1.Unplug machine 2.remove bottom panel 3.Reach up along the inside of the front panel and locate the botttom of the door latch assembly 4.Located on the bottom of the door latch assembly is a tear dropped shaped tab 5. Gently pull down on the tab about a 1/4 inch or until a click is heard. 6. You may now open the door.
This code means the control is unable to properly detect motor speed. Due to this the machine shut itself down.
I don't think the washer is at fault; the clue is 'Used very little.' I think the rust is originating in the water pipes serving the washer.
The only help there is to run one machine with no clothes in it (wasting water) or putting splitters on the faucets and flushing the lines into a sink or other drain.
To remove rust stains from WHITE (!) clothing and many synthetics, buy a product named 'Whink.' It is available in many drug stores, super markets, etc. in the area where one finds other laundry items.
It is fairly safe to use (with precautions) but keep out of reach of kids.