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When machine is turned on, water runs to machine but the machine does not rotate.

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Sounds like the Lid switch.
Don't forget to check the plunger on the lid that pushes down the lid swith. Use a screwdriver to push down in the hole to listen for clicks.
unplug machine and run hand under the hole to see if switch is come apart

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