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Is it gas or electric? Gas: Could be the carburetor float is stuck. Try beating on it. (#28 in the picture) DO NOT TAKE APART CARBURETOR! If that doesn't help might be something else. Electric: Was it left out in the cold in the winter with water still in it?
While the machine is on press "end of cycle" for 3 seconds, then wait
for 2 minutes to try the door. Try this again if it does not open, this
is the child lock program - to lock and unlock; it is the same
Check your washer plug to see if the connections are
screwed. You can also plug off for half an hour to reset. How abt a nice rating
for the free help? Thnks
Your washer may be doing this because you use far too much detergent or non HE detergent. To solve, use 1 eyedropperfull of liquid HE detergent, or one half teaspoon of powdered HE detergent dissolved in extremely hot water. Try running a Basketclean cycle with vinegar to remove the extra suds which can STILL be lurking in your drums and lengthening your rinsing time.