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Won,t drain on rinse cycle

Machine goes thru wash cycle fine, then fill with water at rinse cycle and stops It goes through the was cycle, then in the middle of the rinse cycle it stops aggitating an sits there. Tried advancing the knob to several positions. Nothing happened. Replaced lid switch. Problem is the same. Please help.

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  • mcelhibj Nov 01, 2008

    Thanks for your help. As it turned out, I was about to take out the timer this morning and found the plug for the lid switch not connected. That seemed to have done the trick. Thank you again for the quick response.

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Ok mc we need a timer at this point. You see the timer doing several steps different than before.

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    John Robbins Nov 01, 2008

    You would make a great tech that is always the one that gets away.

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