It's the same problem as this one posted earlier - (different user) - any solution anyone?
The control panel lights up ok and seems to work correctly in every way until you press the start button and then nothing happens?
I think the door latch is ok because the light is on and it does not allow you to open it. Everything seems normal except this slight drawback of not starting. The start light just keeps flashing as if it is in pause mode (even though it is not).
My friend got somebody in to fix it in the end.
It actually did turn out to be a problem with the door switch. I don't think it was able to lock it's self properly even though the light was on. (Don't know the exact details though). Think they guy just played with the lock to sort it out rather than getting a new part.
I noticed when I played with it that if you got the door open, pulled out the plug and switched it back on again it would make a clicking noise for a while as if it was trying to shut it's self if this is any help?
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Try it in a different socket as it may not be the machine. The machine would have been factory fitted with a moulded plug, lift out the middle section and try a new fuse. If the unit failed after filling then possibly you have a short on the wash heater..you could verify this if you get power by setting a cold cycle or rinse and see if if completes it. Please also check that the consumer unit (main fuse box) has not been triggered.
E90 indicates a communications error between the user interface board
(control panel) and the main circuit board. If you take the top off the
machine (power off first!), then stand in front of it and look at the
front left you'll see the main board and a blue multi-stranded cable
coming out of it and going into the control panel. 99 times out 100
this is the culprit, if there's a poor connection at either end then
this generates E90. You need to remove the control panel (screws behind
soap drawer and plastic clips along the top), disconnect the blue
cable, give the connector a bit of a squeeze with your pliers to
tighten the connection, do the same to the other end on the main board,
refit everything and away you go....hope this helps...yes I used to
work for them