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The washer turns on, fills with water, then stops. Agitation won't start unless you slam the lid or sometimes if you "nudge" the setting forward and then pull out and then in.

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Sounds like door switch may be failing, or the wiring between door switch and timer has loose connection. You can replace the switch or check ther wiring, or bypass the door switch circuit by jumping the leads at the timer

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Sounds like the lid safety switch is either out of adjustment, or needs replacement.

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Depending on machine construction, these are somewhat exposed to water incursion that eventually causes them to fail.
The slamming of the lid is causing the failing switch to make enough contact to allow it to spin.

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