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Wash cycle taking way too long, like 90+ minutes

My LG front load washer's 58 minute wash cycle takes 90+ minutes. It hangs on the 58, 57 part of the cycle for a really long time. Any suggestions on how to reset or get it to work properly again?

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You timer is bad and needs to be replaced. Your problem is a common error and is something a lot of people on here run into. You can go to repairclinic.com and get this looked at

Posted on May 27, 2009

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