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Stuck in rinse cycle

After the washing cycle has finished the machine continues rinsing forever.  This happens only with the 60-70 degree cycle.

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Re: stuck in rinse cycle

Mimmi, If the water isn't reaching temp this will happen. It sounds like a heating issue.
The spray arm being blocked will not cause this. Again your machine isn't heating the water to temp.

Posted on Jan 06, 2008

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