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Machine will wash but when it's time to rinse the water just sit machine stops

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  • francis rivero May 11, 2010

    can i know what is the make and model of your unit please...


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If this is a TOP LOADER, the symptoms you describe are typical of a lid switch malfunction. If the lid switch is not making proper contact, the washer will fill, agitate (in some models) , then when it gets to the rinse cycle, the washer just stops. If these are your symptoms, I would recommend inspecting the lid switch to make sure it is not loose or broken. The switch should activate when opening and closing the washer lid. In many cases, all that is required is to tighten the mounting screws on the switch, and the problem will go away.

If this is a FRONT LOADER, the problem could be related to drain pump malfunction or control board, and the problem will usually have an associated error code displayed on the front panel.

As you can see, the symptoms between washer types can differ greatly. I do not know from your description, exactly what type of washer you have. That is why it is recommended that you provide as much information as possible when submitting your question(s) so it can make a diagnosis much easier. Please post back with your make and model number, so I can make a determination for you.

I hope I may assist you further.

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What is the make & model???????????????????




Sounds like an electronic problem?
If I were there hands on I could be definite.

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