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Hello My washer filled up with water and quit.. Is there a reset button?

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If the washer just filled up with water and stopped most likely it is the lid switch that has went bad try to see if the washer lid switch still makes a clicking sound if not replace the lid switch the switch is actually what actuates the motor to start to agitate if there is no presence of the two points connecting it does not start the cycle another way as a temporary repair till you get a new switch is to take a jumper wire and connect between the plug position 1 and position 3 this causes the switch to be by passed so that you may finish you clothes if you have any further questions message me back and please remember to rank how this opinion has helped it allows me to help others in similar situations Thanks Rick

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