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Dear William, I guess first you have to check if the start switch is shorted. When you turn on the machine, does it automatically go into cycle? If yes, then your start switch is faulty. Otherwise, you may have to replace your timer/sequencer.
more likely an itntermitent lid switch problem as the washer strats it's spin cycle the motion is causuning the lid switch to open making the washer think some one has opened the lid and it shuts down to be safe check the switch make sure it hasn't come loose and check the actuator on the lid sometimes a plastic piece near the front of the lid that goes into sort of a key hole Good Luck
Hey bob_marianne , Common problem with the FAV6800AW/FAV9800AW. If you have basic mechanical skills you can fix. It’s just a tight work area to work on the Clutch in this machine. See this post for the details and you can get your $1K machine back in service. Sorry to say a lot of these machines get tossed for a $50 dollar clutch. Let me know if you have any questions after you read the post.
It is most deffinately a convergence chip issue. The die for no reason. They can be bought online for around $10 dollars and anyone with experience with soldering can replace them pretty easily. I have done it.