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My Tricity Bendix Aw1001w is on the blink. It will heat up and wash clothes but when it comes to rinsing them the drum won't spin but it still empties the water slowly at regular intervals(I have tested this when the machine is empty). Is there anything I can do

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It appears your lid switch/door latch has failed in this instance.

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