Question about Whirlpool LSR7333 Top Load Washer
Washer will make it half way through wash cycle and stop, it will not go into the drain, rinse, or spin cycles.
Find the lid switch, it may be held on by two screws on the right side of the washer opening. If it looks broken, try to super glue it back together. If that doesn't work, bypass it by cutting and stripping the wires, and connecting them together. Use a good insulator, wire nut, or wire crimp. Put the wires back where they were, make sure they can't get bumped by the drum. The washer will now operate with the lid up, so be careful. Keep kids away from it, don't be sticking your arm in there when the machine is on.
Posted on Nov 01, 2008
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