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Starts up with press del to enter set up. then starts to load xp then keeps re cycling over the same cycles over and over . like it is stuck.

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In a reboot cycle like you are describing, I would first see if the system will boot into "Safe Mode." You can do that by continually hitting the "F8" key while the system is booting. That should give you a menu with "Safe Mode" as the first option. Select it and see if it is able to complete the boot process. If it can, that tells us that either a hardware driver or startup application is causing your issue. If it cannot, it tells us that the issue lies with some of the system files in the Windows operating system. The former requires a drawn out process of disabling/disconnecting all peripherals and trying to boot normally. The latter would require an OS reload. Either way, it may make the most sense to have a local reapir shop look at it!

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I would try verify that the spin cycle membrane key is not stuck/defective signaling the controller to cycle thru the spin settings. I have not experienced this issue but let’s try the Membrane Pad Test to get a start point.

Do you have the troubleshooting guide stored in the control panel? It was shipped with the machine, pull 120VAC washer power plug, remove the top three torx screws at he top back of the control panel and remove the trouble shooting guide. Rassemble and power up your machine. Follow the instructions for Membrane Pad Test. You will enter Service Mode to verify that the key pad function LED can be toggled, just press each key once except the Presoak key as described below. If you don’t have the Troubleshooting guide that came with your FAV6800A I have pasted in the test from the SM;

Enter / Exit Service Mode
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