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Washer spins occasionally

The spin cycle on my washer spins sometimes and not at other times. Could the problem be in the timer mechanism or some other problem

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Try checking out you lid switch.. maybe loose and lid not makeing the switch contact at times

Posted on Aug 28, 2007

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