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Washer only fills

Water seems to fill to approriate level. machine will not advance to next cycle, nor will it start if i manually move the knob to any other cycle. won't drain either and bailing it out isn't fun. we replaced the motor coupler, but that didn't help either. it seems to just shut of. there will be a slight 'hun' then a click and nothing! help!

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  • Beth Schodt Jul 22, 2007

    sounds like a good fix solution, but bought a new washer this evening............will probably put it on craigslist/phoenix if anyone is interested
    thanks washer_tech

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It sounds as if its your lid switch. on some top load whirlpool washer it will fill even if the lid is open. if you open the control panel and open the jones plug you can check for continuity on the lid switch

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