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Only the exra rinse cycle works

I had a problem with the lid switch which was loose and that problem was fixed, now all of a sudden I can't get a cycle to come on. The only one that works is the extra rinse cycle. Any suggestions?
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The lid switct are open / miss to struck by the switch strucktor / tight it first and test the both end of switch let on and off if multi tester reponse tester will not respond / need to replace it

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