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Machine Won't Stop

My machine does the laundry ok. My problem is that it won't stop spinning on the Final Spin cycle. It just keeps spinning until I shut it down.

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  • apples11 Apr 10, 2008

    i have been using my machine as normal and all of a sudden it just wont stop spinning , its not even filling with water to start the wash its just spinning

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    machine gets to final spin cycle and says "stop" then goes to done. The machine spins fine in the first spin cycle

  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2014

    Machine starts spinning but then it begins to hit inside and is out of control

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Junkman, going by your model number this looks like an electronic board. Try unplugging the machine at the wall and make sure all the connections to the board are secure. Sometimes in a humid enviroment, I don't know if yours is, corrosion can build up on the connections. Hope this solves the issue.

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