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Washing machine won't complete cycle

Whirlpool awm1203 won't go through full cycle. Keeps stopping. Worked perfectly on a empty cold wash.If I move the dial manually after it stops. it will stop again soon after. Have checked filter, standpipe all clear. Could it be a hot water problem?

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If it is a hot and cold fill washer, yes, then it could be a hot water problem related to the valve, or the water supply., if it is cold fill only, then the problem is elsewhere.
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