The machine began a cycle and then it blew the mains fuse - since then it won't turn on at all. The fuse is reset - does the machine have some kind of internal fusing which can be reset?
It had been having a slight leakage from the tap which was quickly fixed and I don't think had caused the problem.
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F06 - Door lock fault
Issue: Washing machine door cannot be opened or closed/when the door is closed the machine the programme will not start.
Advice: If your washing machine door will not close, please check for any obstructions in the door lock.
Switch off the device. Disconnect power. Wait about 3 minutes.
Open the door, then close. Reconnect device to the network.
Cause: Door lock fails to close / open door lock triac open / closed,
frequency signal fault
Remove the belt, and from the front, spin the drum by hand.
If it is noisy or rumbling or feels rough, then the main drum bearings have failed which would explain why the belt was off.
Also check the drum pulley for a brokem or cracked spoke, again this will give you the same symptons.
many indesits have a memory on board, set the timer to off position, turn on the mains press start let the machine finish what it is doing, and it will reset normally, turn off at mains for a few minutes can also do the trick, it sounds like one of the option buttons was pressed and you didn't let the timer finish its course,
you might have a pressure switch problem due to a blockage in the sump , but more likely the fault is down to tracking on your control board. You might be lucky and find that if you take the board out and clean it around the the botttom of the printed side it might just work, failing that I suggest you call an engineer