the fan powers up (for about 10 secs), then switches off. The door can then be opened immediately.
This bit puzzles me, The machine should not function at all until the door is locked, and after locking the interlock should always take around a minute to release, even if you unplugged the machine. May suggest that further damage has been done to the machine when it blew, possibly the dryer timer may have suffered.
When you say the two green connectors, I can only think of one green connector, ( I don't have a machine in front of me ) which fits on the top edge with two black wires going down to the pump???
I know from personal experience that some of the plugs will fit on more than one slot on the PCB, and some of the functions will still work if they are incorrect. Difficult to advise you anymore from this distance. The one plug that is often damaged is the top one that fits nearest the front of the control unit.
If you can take a picture of your control unit with the connections in situ or do a rough sketch I would at least be able to check for any anomolies.
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