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Usually this is caused by the door being bent, the hinges being bent, or a worn out door strike/catch not holding the door tightly closed. Lol, got kids?? Mommy's little helpers love to lean on the doors(the ones that open/close vertically). Also, slamming the dryer door can break the little plastic arm attached to the door switch--I see MANY switches with the arms broken in-half or the strikes/catches damaged from slamming. Usually a relatively simple repair to replace the strike/catch.
try removing the fuse from the panel in the trunk and replacing it. it work for a lot of people including myself. Look at the doors and trunk closely if they close tight and release a bit you have a leak in a vacuum line
This is a common and easily fixed problem. The door should NOT be opened after the wash is completed. You have to wait for AT LEAST 2 minutes to try the door, do not use force. There is a built in mechanism for most front loaders to delay the door opening, so be patient. In your case you might have already damaged the door lock, so replace. You are lucky if the door can be opened after the lock sign goes off - otherwise you just have to change the door lock. Click if helped.
the actual door lock switch inside the wall of your washer where the door clips in has most likely burnt out or a piece has broken out of it i have found the only way to fix this problem is to replace the door lock switch
I would be looking at replacement of the master control switch. The other possibility is a semi-broken wire that powers the master control. What I would advise: the next time it happens, remove the master switch and plug/unplug/replug the connector. See if that helps. If not, close and open the door whilst manipulating the switches. If the switches start working, you have a bad power feed wire.
you can do it if you have good hands
open the cover side of the broken arm with the spirngs
understand how the Mechanism works (in\out)
and what went worng
and hopefuly fix it or replace the springs that died