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The only quick suggestion I have is to unplug it for several minutes and see if it resets. If not, without any other indicator, the only thing I can think of is the door switch, which should be a fairly easy fix.
this might be a little late but i ahve the same problem, an indesit engineer has been and there ia a metal bar the control wires rub against when opening/shutting the door. major design fault if you ask me. it tripped my entire kitchen and extention out.
Make sure you dont have it set to soak. if you click the timer one click at a time, does the wash/mach. do anything like wash:spin:drain etc. check that door latch for power out once closed. difficult to diagnose without all the facts
One of the main problems with Indesit front loaders ( apart from replacing the door interlock switch) is
If the door will not close and click in the lock, then take the door off with a tork screwdriver and take the screws of the inner plastic off the door (make sure you do this on a flat surface) and gently prize off the inner plasic by running round a flat head screwdriver..
Once you have taken off the door and glass bowel - check out the door catch to see if a metal rod has come out of its housing holding the catch and spring in place and refit or replace.
I have come across many door catches like this.
The knob keeps turning when you have a problem with the machine the most common problem with indesit is the pump. check to see if there is any thing in the filter compartmet located at the bottom on the front of the machine if so clean and replace.. THEN you will have to reset the knob. you do tis by turning the dial to one of the off position (the big black dot ). Then leave the door open and keep switching the machine on and off quickly from the button on the front of the machine untill you c the lights flicker rappidly.. once this happens the machine is reset and ready to wash ... p.s The pump can be one source for a problem... others include brushes on motor.....but most likely it will be the pump tell tell signs are water in the drum
I would say that you have damaged your door lock.
Most appliances have a door lock or a mico switch.
this is the first port of call for the power to supply the w/machine.Safety measures???
go back to basics,is the door locking,
any power to the going to the electronics.
Change faulty components???