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My washer just quit right before it was to spin the rinse water out. It acts as if no power is connected but I have checked that area. Is there a reset or something I can't easily get to the back side but if it would be necessary I can get to the back if I move it (don't know about that thought because it is full of water and the wet clothes.

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