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The washer is stuck in the draining cycle. If I shut the power off and turn it back on there is a delay before the outlet valve turns on.uring this time if I push the door open button the door will open and then the outlet valve turns on and keeps running with the door open. With machine turned on there is no voltage readings to the wiring to the heating element. I have done nothing to the pressure switch or sensor themselves except remove the hose where they attach and blow down hose into drum to make sure it was clear. There are no burn marks on the circuit board. Thanks again for your help

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Try replacing the pressure switch i have had this fault before.the rear sensor supplies the correct water level,the front switch controls the heating and spin cycle.keep me posted.Iwork for asko i will speak to tech support on monday and let you know thanks.

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