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WASHER WILL NOT ADVANCE TO NEXT CYCLE AFTER AGITATING.I HAVE REPLACED THE TIMER AND IT DIDN'T FIX THE PROBLEM.IT WILL NOT SPIN,RINSE OR DRAIN.I WAS WONDERING IF YOU COULD HELP ME.THANKS!!

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  • wowhow Oct 13, 2008

    My LSR7233 won't drain either. It does agitatale, but not drain and advance to next cycle. Have tried back washing the drain line, and water raised in the tub, but still no drain.

  • dperry5 Mar 08, 2009

    Yes, I have the same problem. The washer will start and run in any setting but once the washing stops, nothing happens. Same thing if in rinse cycle, once the cycle is done the machine just stops. It will not advance to the drain spin cycle.

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  • zamboniguyy Jul 14, 2011

    sure enough after I bought a new timer, it stilll didnt work, I looked here and checked the lid switch and the cheapy little plastic tabs hold ing together had broken. I was able to hold it together so the washer could drain out. thanks for the tip :-)

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