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Unfortunately, sounds like either the softener (there is an internal monitoring float) or the pcb (which monitors the float switch position) is at fault. Quite often these faults are more costly than replacing the machine. If you remember to top the salt up once a week, then the machine should continue to operate, as the salt indicator is only an indicator for you to top up.
Could be the door interlock switches. There are usually two of these. I removed them on my GE and replaced them with an illuminated push button kill switch.http://www.auberins.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=360
When switch is on the control panel is powered up as well as the rest of the unit. If you need to add a dish after activation you just push the button before opening the door and it interrupt the cycle which resumes with another push.
first make sure that power is coming in by checking connection with multimeter.If there is power coming to where it is wired up then the problem maybe the handle swtich either burned out or not making connection when the door is closed