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Switch?? the tub fills up, it agitates and then it stops. the tub is still fill of water and nothing happen

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  • mjmcc Sep 09, 2007

    went and got the switch today, the repair guy at the shop said it was the switch also, said it was common. changed the switch in about 15 minutes. all set, running fine. thanks for the help

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Could be the lid switch . You can bypass it to test it or if you hear the the motor trying to pump out it could be something stuck I the pump.. let me know what you find out..krazytech

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