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I never heard of a smeg DW but you can bet the door interlock is hung up in some way. Ususally its micro switches on the latch assy. Then again, could be a bad relay on the control board. I would dis connect the switch first and see what happens. The way I would do that is disconnect power at your circuit box and dis connect the switch, tape off the wire, latch the door and return power. Bet it doesn't run. Most likely the switch assy. Would help to know the right brand name tho...
You don't say what you're missing. Smeg maintains websites with contact info to get what you need. www.smeguk.com is in the UK.
What you should generally have is all sliding racks and a utensil holder. Included should be a drain hose and a manual. If a door panel is interchangeable, that is usually bought separately. Water inlet fittings are not included and neither is an exhaust drain connection.