No, I think it is on the inside of the door, but the door is locked
I unplugged for 15-20 minutes, but condition remained
There is no way to turn the machine off - there is no dial to turn
Yes, Centennial "Commercial Technology"
There Are 4 dials, from left to right
1. Water Level
3. A large dial for changing wash cycles (in the middle)
4. A yes/no dial for fabric softener
To start a cycle you push a red button with a rubber cover
Underneath the center dial is a series of lights that tell you what is going on with the wash
I tried that with no luck
To enter diagnostics you unplug for 5 mins, then you set the knob (cycle selector) to 12 o clock position. You then plug in, turn 1 click to the right, 3 clicks to the left, and 1 click right and 1 click left and 1 click right. Once you do this all lights should come on. If it doesn't the board is bad.
It's about 50/50 ... I just replaced one yesterday EXACT same symptom. Once I replaced it I also found a sock in the drain pump which is likely what overloaded the board in the first place. But other than going into diagnostics and recalibrating the unit there isn't a "reset" chas was right holding the rubber button down for 10 secs should reset the cycle. when this doesn't work it's likely diagnostics won't either ..... and if they don't you need a board. Lemme know and I'm happy to provide parts info and replacement instructions. They are pretty easy to install. Thanks!