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My mhw2000aww is no longer locking during wash cycles or properly spinning the closes when wash cycle is complete clothes are coming out saturated still is there a control board that i could replace to solve this problem

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You most likely have a bad (lock wax motor) that can also cause the main control board to go bad. the lock motor sits above the washer door behind the panel. the control board sits inside the dryer above the drum to the right. go here to look up your parts

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