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It does not matter what setting I choose the program reverts back to the "fast" cycle and stops

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Hi
The issue can be with the Timer going bad and needs replacement. When the cycle wont complete or as in your case reverts back to the fast cycle then it is the timer that is bad and needs replacement. Hope this helps...for any further help you can post back with the make and model# of your Dishwasher.
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