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Washing machine stopped working at end of cycle.  Was able to remove the front panel, and manually release the catch to get the clothes out, but there appears to be no power to the unit.  Verified outlet was working.  
Is there an internal fuse?  Owner's manual is not very helpful .....

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  • jebbly May 17, 2008

    door was not damaged; was able to find release mechanism;, just so I could get the clothes out. The cycle is long since done - the skid marks from my 3-year olds underwear are gone, so I am assuming it got pretty far along;

    At this point, the machine won't come back on - like I said, it is like there is no power to the machine - but the elec outlet definitely works -



    Again, is there an internal fuse that might be preventing power from getting through? Or perhaps a safety or kill switch somewhere that went out?

  • ALBERT GARCIA
    ALBERT GARCIA May 11, 2010

    END OF CYCLE ?? you mean it went thru the WASH , RINSE , SPIN cycles then it stop working , need more infornation to assist you further , thanks AJ

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End of cycle? After the end of cycle you have to wait for 2 minutes minimum (or hear a click), only then you have to try the door; or your door won't open & if you force it you'll damage the door mechanism (not good). End of cycle means "your wash is done".

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