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If the machine keeps spinning if the lid is open then the lid switch has failed. This is the safety device that prevents injury from people reaching in and getting hurt when the machine is in operation.
Timer is defective. Your unit has a netural drain. When finished agitating, the shuts down and then starts up reversing to drain and spin. On the initial reverse start, the water drains without the transmission spinning. After a timed period 3-4 minutes, the timer is supposed to pause, stopping the motor for a few seconds. When the motor stops again, the transmission shift to the spin cycle and when the timer resumes power tothe motor it should spin. You are doing the same thing when you lift the lid...stopping the timer and then the tranny shifts and when you set the lid down, the washer spins. Replace the timer.......
I have a Series 80 and when I lift the lid it does not stop aggitating when in wash mode. When I lift the lid it does stop spinning when in rinse mode. As designed.
To stop wash-mode aggitation at lid-lift, using the existing lid switch and other electrical components, is not easy and not recommended. I can think of a way to do it (triple-pole lid switch) but I will not detail the idea .. for safety concerns.
To stop aggitation, simply use the main settings dial control. You'll save money and possibly prevent a fire hazard!
My 110.92274800 did the same thing 1hr ago. Ive isolated the Problem it
is a 15.49 cent problem from the manufacturer's website Part #
285753A. I am going to order and try and tackle the problem myself
unless i can find it at a local Appliance Center that has it on Monday.
Will keep you informed. Doesn't look to Hard. if you lean your Washer forward you will probably find 1/8 inch white peg looking plastic pieces. assuming you can hear the motor running on the spin cycle. You may lean the unit forward put it on spin and look at the motor to make sure it is still in operation. Hope this helps
Could be a bad clutch or transmission. I would either call a tech or get a new washer (these newer GE models don't seem to be very reliable, go for a Whirlpool/Kenmore model next time).
Here are breakdown diagrams for your washer: http://www.appliancepartspros.com/partsearch/model.aspx?model_id=230151
Hope this helps,