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check lid..either the lid switch is bad or the lid switch actuator which is made into top...when in final spin push down on the right hand top part of lid,,,if it starts replace part needed,,,good luck
One of the largest problems with this washer has been thelid switch, you must check it out with a ohm meter, if the switch quits you will lose power to the motor. Things can get caught between the tanks as well, this machine is bad for the center bearing tightening up and the spin will quit. This is a new close up pictureof a typical lid switch. You can temporarily join the wires together to test the motor and washer operations.
This is only a forum to discuss how you can fix the issue. if the washer will not spin the the top lid switch may be damaged or not being pushed in far enough. put it in spin and push on the switch manually