Wax motor in the switch was the issue of burning up the R11 on the board. Change the door switch and replace the control or repair the board.
Thanks, theoldstoveguy, I do appreciate your taking time to reply. But as I said I did that (well, I replaced the wax motor -- the door switch or other switches were never part of this known problem). But the lock indicator light still doesn't light*
, so did the board repair fail or is there an unrelated issue preventing locking? That's why my question was just "is the control board damage likely to, by itself, prevent the door lock indication?"
Thanks to anyone who can answer!
---* (I also, since my post, verified that the wax motor doesn't budge -- the board doesn't appear to attempt locking--but the machine spins if I have manually depressed the switch that the locking movement is supposed to cause to be depressed.)