Question about Washing Machines
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These are notorious for having lid switch issues. Order a new one and replace it. Removed Control Panel with 2 rear vertical screws, un-snap the 2 rear brass colored clips with screwdriver, disconnect the lid switch connector, and pull up and out on the whole washer shell. Replace the switch from the underside of shell. hope this helps,
Posted on Jul 23, 2010
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