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Washing machine won't turn on

I have it plugged in and have power to the outlet. all hoses are connected. the lock button will come on and off if pushed and held for 3 seconds but can't get any other buttons to light up and turn on.

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  • kcalleja Oct 11, 2008

    I just experienced the same problem this evening, sears will come to look at machine its not even one week old.



    Stop working after one use, no power. I hear the start button but no lights come on. What could be the problem?

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REPLACE THE CONTROL PANNEL IF THIS IS A HE3- HE5, IF IT IS A DUET MODEL CHANGE THE COMPUTER BEHIND THE CONTROL PANNEL

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