tegrid alnemer, just in case you accidentally activated the child lock, try this. Press and hold both the Spin and Soil Level buttons simultaneously for approximately 6 seconds.
From the look of the locking mechansim it appears to be identical to a WF220. See if this applies to your washer as well:"
It still has a manual release however, there is some disassembly required to reach the lock release lever.
To release the new door lock, follow these steps:
1. Remove the two screws from the rear of the top cover and remove the cover.
2.Remove the four screws from the control. You can either disconnect the control panel, or carefully place it on top of the unit.
3. Remove the four screws from the front panel.
4. Once the front panel is loose, carefully lean it forward. At this point, the door switch is exposed. You now can pop its plastic cover off.
5. Push down on the white knob that was under the cover. This will release the door lock and you will be able to open the door. It is very important to replace the plastic cover when you are done.
from Volume 4, Issue 9 Home Appliances Newsletter
Watch out for water coming out of your washer when you do this. You may want to have a bucket and plenty of towels with it. After that determine why you do not have any power. Check systematically and start with your plug and fuses. Let us know what you find.