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Washer won't spin unless you lift lid. LSR5132PQ

When washing cloths on normal and it transitions to spin cycle, it won't spin. If you lift the lid, and place it down it proceeds to work correctly. However, on delicate cycle, it works ~90% of the time. Any Ideas?

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You need the lid switch adjusted or replaced. Easy and inexpensive. With the correct model # I can get you schematic and part #s. Dave www.washermd.com

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