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Wont continue to the next cycle

Washer starts and returns to start, does not cycle to the next cycle.

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Hi. this washer has a Machine Control Board that is responsible for the initiation of the wash cycles. if this board is damaged in any way, it will produce these symptoms you are experiencing at this time.

I recommend Replacing this Damaged Machine Control asap. if has failed(damaged chip set).

Posted on Jun 02, 2009

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