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Washer will not stop spinnig

During the last spin cycle, we noticed the drum would not stop spinning. We opened the lid and the drum stoped. We then set the cycle knob to a position where the washer should not run even with the lid closed(off position). When we did this we closed the lid. The washer made a buzzing sound, like it was still trying to run. So, with the lid open-things are fine. With the lid closed, the washer acts like it is trying to run, even when the cycle knob is in the off position. Help...

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    I'm having this SAME problem right now. Did the solution below work for you?

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You probably have a blocked pump. Pull it out and clear the obstructions- buttons, lint, etc

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