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  1. Hello, I looked through the help section about this and didn't find anything that jumped out at me. I have an Ariston AML125 that has the lock icon flashing. If the dryer temperature is set other than zero, it (the light beside the "9h" - the bottom one of the four) flashes in time with the lock light. When it first happened, at the end of a load, I couldn't get the door open and ended up breaking the handle. I got the door open fiddling with the latch from the broken handle opening. I unplugged the machine for a good 10 minutes (to see if it would reset). The flashing continued when I turned it back on. I replaced the handle. Thinking that it was the locking switch, I replaced that, too. No good. The lights still flash as described above. Does anyone have the list of error codes for flashing lights to tell me if this is something simple that I can replace or if I need professional expertise? Any other suggestions? Many thanks, Ed
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