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Second handawm 5104,no manual

I am putting it on setting 6 (40 degrees,cottons),but nothing happens.The powerlight is on,and it makes a noise like it will start but doesn't. I then put it on A (rinse and spin) and came back later and it was washing. It seemed to work, but the clothes were wetter than they should have been.

When I tried another load, it is again NOT WORKING.Nothing,but the light is on.Is there some secret setting or order to get this thing started or is it broken?

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