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I understand you are not receiving power to your Frigidaire Affinity washer, model# FAFW4011LWD. I also see that there was a power outage before the symptoms began. I suggest checking the fuses or circuit breaker to make sure that it has not been tripped. If the breaker has not been tripped, I suggest resetting your appliance, by either unplugging it or shutting the power off at your home's circuit breaker, for 3-5 minutes. Restore power and start any cycle. I ask that you please follow up with a comment on the post, at your convenience, to advise if further troubleshooting is needed or if your appliances status has changed successfully. Hope this is helpful.
Hello bidness_67 please check inside of the sink cabinet look for a switch on the back wall. If there is one flip it. Many new building electrical codes require a switchto turn off power to the dishwasher. Sometimes when putting items in the cabinet the switch is hit unknowingly. If there is no switch check outlets (the GFCI ones)and press the reset then check the dishwasher.if not those two items check breaker box for a tripped breaker.
Check continuity through the start button WITH THE POWER OFF. A cheap ohm meter should show a reading through the switch when it is pressed. If that checks good, use the same meter to read from the switch through the start coil of the motor. You should see something around 4 to 10 ohms. No reading, then check the connectors that they are tight.
It is rare that the start coil goes bad because it is only used on start.
Check for power in and out of starter relay.Check power at starter (large terminal hot at all times, smaller one hot with key in start position.) Make sure battery terminals are clean ON inside where it matters and check connections on the other ends of battery wiring as well. Breaker should have continuity as well. If power is present at starter, likely starter has failed, but do not condemn till everything has been tested. I assume battery and charging system are in good condition?