Have you reset the fault code by going into the engineer mode?
Place the dial at 12 o'clock (off position)
Turn the dial to the 6 o'clock position Hold the spin speed button and turn dial one click clockwise (7 o'clock position)Release spin speed buttonTurn the dial clockwise to the 12 o'clock position, one click at a time.
Then set the dial to a program and check the fault code has cleared.
No problem Mark,
It sounds like you have a faulty PCB, since the fault code should have cleared and only reoccurred once the motor was engaged. In this case I suspect the previous motor was probably not faulty, or if it did fail has caused a surge and took out the PCB.
You can manually override the door lock by following the instructions on the video here, if you can give me a the model number of your washer, I can look up the cost of a replacement PCB, but in most cases its cheaper to get someone in on a fixed price repair to replace the PCB.
Hi Mark just wanted to follow up and see how you get on?