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Machine won't run through cycles automaticly

Perhaps I'm not familiar with the machine enough, but the cycle dial seems to get stuck in one position and I have to manualy turn the dial to move it along to the next cycle ( spin, ect.) I just had it in for repair and was told it was fixed, but this problem continues. it is a Malber WD 800, the older version of the P21 I think. thanks for any help. any one have a users manual? thanks

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Sounds to me it might be a thermal pause, if your unit is running and then is required to heat up at a certain point and reach a certain tempurature before it advances, the heater is probably not coming on. The unit will therefore not advance.

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