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I know you're hoping for a reset and sometimes the issue can be reset---but more times than not the problem is not resettable. What is the problem with your washer exactly? What are you trying to reset?
OK perfect. So it sounds like your washer just went into flood mode. This happens when the washer tries to fill up with water for longer than 6 minutes. The good news is that this is something you can reset. Just leave the washer plugged in (don't unplug it or it resets the timer). After 15-30 minutes, the drain pump will shut off and you can use your washer like normal again. It just takes that long to finish the flood sequence and it'll reset on it's own.
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re-calibrating has nothing to do with your issue. Unfortunately you have a faulty control board if what I said before doesn't work because it's going into flood mode when it shouldn't.
You would have to replace it, you can't fix it.
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