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Blinking Cycle Light

The washer won't start. The light indicator on the cycle keeps blinking - and it won't start when you hold down the start button! Frustrating!

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    when i plug in the washer the lights blink then they turn off and the unit buttons dont work.

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Most likely a faulty door interlock switch...try closing the door with more force, or pressing the door while trying to start...if this works it may be time to find a door lock in the meantime... Oshie

Posted on Jun 26, 2007

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