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No power we have washed a duvet and suspect that this caused a problem.the next wash didn't complete and the next wash began the agitator befoer the water was in.now there is no power at all it seems dead checked the usual plugs socket etc no luck.any suggestions please.

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THanks for the question I think the lid switch is your problem .The washer will fill , but nothing else check that its located under the top

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