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However, somewhere inside the machine, the wiring diagram is hiding there in a plastic bag. On a front loader, usually at the rear, taped to the left or right panel. In a top loader it is inside the top console. It is there for engineers use.
Possible that the door switch is not activating as it can be faulty. All you need is to remove the switch which is seen at the point of the lock and check using a continuity tester for the connection. if not replace. If the switch is OK then it can be fault in the controller unit.
Depending on the make and model top loader or front loader, the most common issues are the lid switch or door lock safety interlock, or the pump filter is clogged and need cleaned. Let me know what machine you have and I can go from there.
It is most likely a defective speed control or a defective timer. Pull out the timer and clean all metal connections first and if it doesn't work then that is the cheapest part to replace first and see if it is causing the problem. Loose connections or bad wiring might be a possibility as well.
just had my frigidaire fronter loader repaired,,try the door switch ...mines wouldnt spin clothes were soaked did everything else fine... what may have happen is when the spin cycle is ready to do its part it double checks to see if door is locked but with a bad switch it sends the wrong signal and computer this the door is open so it shuts off....well gl mines is running got lots of laundry to do,.,,,hope this helps
Can you hear the motor running? If so it will be the belt. If not simple could be the wiring..connection at the motor or broken wire. Brush's..very common at about 4-6 years depending on usage. or the controller.