Thank you for the help.
A local service guy came out and diagnose the machine. After taking some electrical readings he identified an electronic board in a pure white enclosure (top, right, and front of the machine) as the first cause and then possibly also the item that you listed. I went to a local supplier and purchased one the items that you listed and it fixed one of the faults (clicking heard at the lower/ back of the washer). The timer like clicking at the front/ above the door and no power faults are still there. The other board was quoted by him at $275. I guess Iíll go get one of the white boards also. Damn, $425 in parts.