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Kenmore washer 110 fills with water but does not wash or advance to next cycle

Should I hear a click when manually depressing the lid switch?

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Sounds like the timer, can you advance the timer yourself? If you need to see if will run with the lid open, just use a screw driver to see if that door switch is working properly..

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