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The first step of a dishwasher is a drain / rinse drain. I would turn the dishwasher off at the socket, turn the nob to the off position only turn this in a clock wise direction IE: the direction the nob would naturally move. Turn on back at the wall and start as you would normally. The dishwasher will empty the water out in its first step then should cycle through as normal.
see this causes:
the water must be preheater, see the heating elements faulty see the video.
clean the contact, for oxide or dirty, loose wires, break or burn, and repair or replace timer. God bless you
The light cover on the side is loose causing it to flood remove the side and tighten the light cover the tilt the dishwasher to get water out of the float tray. let the dishwasher dry out and you should be grand
Try placing something like a chair with books or heavy objects on it in front of the door. Tip it with objects under the front legs and place objects on its seat until the pressure closes the door and the dishwasher starts. Put additional objects on the seat to insure vibration doesn't make the door pop open. If the cycle completes, the problem is probably the door switch. If not, the problem may be with the timer switch. If it's the timer switch the dishwasher will probably stop at the same position each time.