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Re: Machine Won't Stop
Junkman, going by your model number this looks like an electronic board. Try unplugging the machine at the wall and make sure all the connections to the board are secure. Sometimes in a humid enviroment, I don't know if yours is, corrosion can build up on the connections. Hope this solves the issue.
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The cycle that the machine is stuck in is in fact the empty cycle, just before the spin kicks in. It is staying there because it has a problem evacuating all the water. The machine won't go into spin until all the water is gone and after a set time ( 20 minutes is unusually long, most machines stop after about 10,, but I'm not familiar with Daewoo), the attempt to empty is aborted and the machine stops.
Your problem therefore is either:
The filter for the empty pump is clogged with debris (far and away the most likely) you will need to locate and clean the filter
The EXIT to the drain is blocked, check the empty pipe is not blocked
The empty pump has failed (you would usually expect to hear the pump rumming, but it may not be a noise that you are familiar with).
First and second items are easy to fix, the 3rd is a pump replacement, which isn't that hard, but depends on your level of DIY skill