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Intermittent wash cycle

Sometimes the wash cycle will complete and water will still be in the tub, other times it will go through the cycle and drain as well, somtimes it will not go to the next cycle. agititation works but the final spin and or drain is intermittent....any advice?

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If there is a filter on this model, make sure it is clean, a lot of fluff and other stuff can accumulate in the filter preventing the water from draining fast enough. Sometimes the pump can get blocked with the same effect. Tom.

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