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Machine washes but will not spin and finish the cycle, has OE or DE on screen ??

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OE and DE means Open Error and Door Error.

a sensor or wire is loose or broken.

the next question is who is going to do it ? you, a repairman or service center ?

Posted on Oct 06, 2010

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