Hey - I have same model, same year, same problem.... I actually recently replaced the bearings because of a slight rattle/thunk when moving clockwise. The bearing repair was a difficult one, but my spider arm was fine and my bearings were in far better shape than most of what you see online. So I was encouraged. But the thunk remained even though the bearings spun very freely. And spun up to great speed during spin cycle. Anyway, we did notice a very slight drip under the washer on the first run - I think it was actually my coupling to the main hot water. But after 10 min or so, it lost power co mpletely and it seems like both fuses are blown. Everything else checks out just like yours.
Now I'm afraid to replace the boards or fuses just in case.