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Washing machine starts and stops

Hi well my washing machine turns on with all the lights working,when i press the start button you can hear the water filling the washing machine and then all of a sudden it just stops and starts beeping can you explain to me what the problem is and how i can fix it please.thanks

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  • chrizzoclark May 31, 2010

    Can you tell me what lights are on across the top when it starts beeping?

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http://washingmachinemanual.com/tag/user-repair-manuals-fisher-and-paykel-gwl11-top-load-washer/
Above is your service manual and a circuit diagram, Simply use the troubleshooting steps and you will soon isolate your issue and effect a repair.

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