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Washing but stops in the middle on the wash cycle and then won't continue...did have an overload issue the day before.

I had an unbalanced load the other day. After that the washer will start fine. But it stops in the middle on the wash cycle and won't go anywhere else.. I looked for a rreset button like suggested in other places here but have not found one. I'm not sure what model mine is either because it was bought years ago at a second hand store. Any suggestions? It aggitates the clothes just "freezes" up. Thanks for any help!

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Open the panel holding the timer switch (or cycle selector). look for disconnected wires

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