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Machine stops at Mid Cycle and the Timer Flashes

I am having a problem with the HE4t Frontload washer. It stops at mid cycle with water filled inside and the timer flashes. After I unplug the unit and plug it back in, I press the opition to Drain and Spin but the machine does not spin..... PLEASE help me

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