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Washer will move clothes side to side in pre-wash but when in the middle of a cycle timer knob will stop, and so does the washing machine. you manually have to move timer knob to final spin for it to kick on, final spin does work but does not register done and unlock the door at the end of the cycle, unlock does work after you manually move knob.

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