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The machine works fine until it reaches the rinse cycle.

Just hooked up my machine after it sat in storage for 3 years. I found it filled up fine, agitated fine and if I manually advance to the spin cycle, it works fine too. The problem is the rinse cycle. The dial just stops there. There is a soft 'buzzing' sound and trying to advance the dial produces nothing. Going to the spin cycle and it works fine.
What happened?

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The buzzing sound is the cold water inlet valve is getting power but water is not able to enter. You need to have the valve replaced or make sure the cold water is turned on at the sink. Hope that helps, let me know.

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