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Even if the valve were faulty, it would not stop the washer from spinning.
You can double check this, by selecting spin only, if it does not spin then
I would recommend that you locate and clean the filter, and also check the carbon brushes in the motor, as both these factors have a bearing on it performing correctly.
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the machine is pulling to much power.check to see if it is on a 15 or 20 amp outlet. you said you replaced the fuse. the amp size should be on it. if it is a 15 amp fuse,plug the machine into a 20 amp circuit and see if the fuse blows then. it shouldn't since it wasn't blowing everytime on the 15 amp circuit, but never put a 20 amp fuse in a 15 amp socket! the fuse can handle the load[ no pun intended], but the electrical wire would burn not blowing the fuse, thus causing a fire.
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