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Won't complete the cycle

Unit will fill, wash and drain then will fill, wash then run in the wash mode till you manualy advance the dial or turn off. The Dial always stops in the vertical position pointing down. Drain filters have been checked ,cleaned and replaced and the timer motor assembly has been changed out. The drain line is also clear and draining properly. What else can cause this situauion?

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  • whstp Jul 03, 2008

    This should have posted as a SHU3036 unit with a dial selector swith

  • whstp Jul 03, 2008

    Thanks for the reply aehess

    The above cycle was set at regular wash / low heat

    I will not be able to work on this appliance till mid next week, as far as checking for a defective sensor.

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Try using a quick cycle and see what happens. Don't use sanitize or any extra heat cycle. Sometimes during sanitize high temp rinse or other cycles the timer motor is stopped until the water heats up. The sensor could be defective. Not all machines do this and I'm not real familiar with your particular one.

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