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Water pumping out at a trickle. stops in mid cycle

Washer seems to stop just after the wash cycle. wont pump out the wash water. hose not clogged or kinked. wont go into spin cycle.

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    water will drain and spin on spin cycle

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The timer seems to have gone out on you. Try to manually set it on spin and if that works then the timer is out.

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