Ok looking at the back of the control panel you will see the main power board and then the small dryer board.
On that small dryer board you will see a red thin wiring harness going from there to the main module. Disconnect this wiring block and then turn it back on and see if it lights up then and let me know what happens.
Ok if you disconnect the dryer board from the main module and it goes on then the fault is going to be the dryer board itself.
As for this fault its nearly always the main module board at fault but the odd time ive fitted the module and it was still dead and it turned out to be the dryer board that caused it.
Ok so its possibley a fault on the dryer board so just see how it goes from there. If it does it again then you need to replace the dryer board and that should sort it for you.
But fingers crossed this will be fine. If you could rate the answer I gave you that would be great. You can still get back to me on this fault even after rating.
Sorry for the delay ive been away on holiday.
So going of this now its a different fault its giving now is it?
As at first it was completey dead and now im taking it the lights on as you say it went half way through the cycle.