Something probably got disturbed in the moving of the machine. Hopefully you didn't tip it to a side position. Basically when a machine is moved, it needs to be recommissioned. That means the line voltage is checked and available current is confirmed. The water supply is verified to have the correct pressures and is flushed before connecting. The machine is plumbed for drain and supply, and is set with a level. And the possible ambient temperature extremes are verified to be within the design capacity of the machine.
Now during your move, if you had any hard jar's, Like a hand cart over semi smooth surface, You may have loosened a electrical connection. Most common is the interface cable or thermistors. Also look for possible wiring rubs. Especially the bin full sensor.
The service manual on this is a bit primative and has a lot of incorrect English, but it may help to understand the boot sequence. This is the installation and operation manual. This is more of a domestic machine than commercial. But if it works well, God Bless! How long have you had it in service.