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if it stops at the drain and spin cycle check the lid switch,open the lid,set the washer to spin cycle and pull out the timer knob,stick a screw driver into the hole where the strike from the lid goes into and push down,if you don't hear a clicking sound when you push down on the switch in the hole then you have a bad lid switch but if your machine does run sometime it sounds like the switch will work if you push down on it,could be cracked where the screws go into it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V5aW9WkTFhE watch video on how to replace it.if you do hear a clicking sound when you open and close the lid or push down with the screw driver you could have a bad timer but check the lid switch first
DOES IT DO THIS ON EVERY WASH OR SOMETIMES? IF SOMETIMES, CHECK LID SWITCH( THERE'S A LITTLE HOLE WHEN YOU OPEN THE LID, ON THE LID SHOULD HAVE A LITTLE PLASTIC PIECE THAT GOES IN THAT HOLE. THE SWITCH IS UNDER, INSIDE THAT HOLE. YOU CAN GET A PEN OR KEY TO SEE IF IT'S BROKEN.)
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Next time it stops cheak your lid switch.When it stops do not touch any thing just open lid and find a pen or somthing to push the switch down.If it comes on then you will need a lid switch.If not let us know good luck:)
That sounds like your lid switch. This switch is located on the top. Raise the lid, Looking down at the washing machine it is the little hole. If you push it down with your finger on mine it's grey in color. The problem is that the switch is not getting pushed down far enough. if you pull it down manually with your hand a little farther you should hear it click over and the machine might scare you as it starts up into the rinse cycle. You can purchase them pretty cheap online at any applince site.
next time it stops raise lid on right side at edge of opening will be a small opening where lid switch is push down switch with pencil or something small enough to fit if it starts working replace switch ..if switch is not at that location may be under hinge left rear if that is the case ck hinge screws
Try pushing down lightly on the lid and see if the spin cycle starts back up. On mine, the same thing happened because the small plastic pin attached to the lid was just barely long enough to push the switch that tells the washer that the lid is closed. The spin cycle will only run when that switch is pushed, i.e., when the washer thinks the lid is closed.
Does the machine drain on its own or do you drain it manually? The drain pump may be jammed or seized. Try giving the door a light bang with your hand on the handle. The door interlock could be faulty. If the machine starts up after you hit it with your hand on the door handle, the interlock is faulty. Good Luck!!