Thank you for that information. This problem could be the motor or the main control board.
Usually it's the main boards relay circuit that has a shorted transistor.
To prove this you can remove the motor and bench test it to be sure the motor windings are shorted.
If they are, then the motor will cause the problem by itself so you will knwo for sure if it is just the motor.
That is the next step in this process.
Once you verify the motor as good, you can be sure you need a new main control board ;-)
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