Question about Washing Machines
Although I am not too familiar with your particular washing machine model, the problem you describe can only be caused by a switch that is activated by closing the lid.
Either the switch has moved out of alignment or the mechanism on the lid which depresses the switch is damaged or worn down. Check for any protrusion on the lid which could be a mechanism for depressing the switch. This way you can determine where the switch is situated & repair/replace it.
Let me know if you have any further questions.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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