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Tub continues to spin

During spin cycles if we open the lid the tub continues to spin. It also makes a loud thumping sound with each rotation. The agitator remains motionless.

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  • pjjeffrey Aug 18, 2008

    Lid switch appears to work fine. The tub can be rotated by hand and makes a loud thump each rotation. How do you check to see if switch is stuck in closed position? Any other thoughts?

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Sounds like someone either wired out your lid switch or it is stuck in the closed position check that first

Posted on Aug 18, 2008

  • Gary Davd
    Gary Davd Aug 18, 2008

    well if you open the lid during spin and it still spins your lid sw is bad

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