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Did you remove the clothes from the washer? "Load sensing" could mean the machine has determined that you have overloaded the machine. Presumably that means it weighed your clothes.

Nope. With this washer "load sensing" is simply the first step before it adds water. It rotates/shakes back and forth a few times to gauge the size of the load. If it doesn't like it, it'll let you know. Here it was just frozen. After cycling power, the control panel is completely dead.

This is one of those microprocessor controlled machines. All of the controls are electronic. It even has advanced diagnostics (in theory) with diagnostic codes that can be played to a tech over the phone. However, it's dead-dead.
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