Question about Roper RAX7244KQ Top Load Washer
Most likely you are having a problem with your lid switch. If your machine has a hole on the right side, under the lid, you should be able to see a switch just below the surface. An arm on the lid pushes the switch to allow the machine to spin.
For starters I would unplug the machine and put my hand under the cabinet where the switch is. You may feel that it has separated (glue) and can push it back together. If so, there is a chance you can fix it quickly right now. Take out the two screws and pull the switch under the lid (above the tub) to inspect it. If it is separated at the glued joints just push it back together and put a zip tie around it. Put it back in place, add screws, plug the machine in and test.
If parts have fallen out you may need to replace it. I would suggest http://www.partsblowout.com as they are cheaper than anyone else for appliance parts.
If the switch is not separated or you don't have this type of switch let me know and I'll tell you how to troubleshoot other problems.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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