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one of three thing is happening,lid switch is bad,the motor coupler that turns the water pump has broken or the water pump itself is broke or clogged with somthing,you can check the lid switch buy lifting and closing the lid slowly to see if you hear the clicking sound,to remove cabinet remove the 2 head screws one on each side of head,flip up,use a screw driver two remove the 2 spring clips one on each side under head,unplug lid switch,tilt the cabinet toward you and pull it off,you now can check the water pump and motor coupler,let me know what you find-mike
Hold down the stop button for 8-10 seconds or until you hear the faint beeping sound, press button to program when you get the correct level press stop button. On some models you have to hold the button until you get the correct level then release. When you are done programming press stop button a second time to exit program mode.
The micro screen is clogged. If front panel is removed, you will see a pipe leading to each of the heads, At the bottom of this line close to the top of the drain tray there will be a fitting (you need a 17mm open end and a cressent). Make sure water is turned off and machine is cool. When fitting is unscrewed there will be 2 copper washers and a small fitting with a silver screen inside it. Clean screen and make sure that the small hole in the fitting is clear.
try switch in the load size?? sounds like your having a problem with the pressure/ water level switch. it must think its full of water already. you would need to pop open the control panel. either 2 screws located on back of console (while looking over the top of machine and straight down you should see 2 Phillips head screws in both corner of top screwing straight down. if not the 2 front end caps will pop of control panel to reveal the screws. undo the screws and tip the console back( its hinged), the far left is the pressure switch, it has a clear plastic tubing leading to it. remove the tube and try blowing through it(clear the line) try also blowing back into the switch itself you should hear it click. if after that it still doesnt work id say the switch is no good