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Without being smart...buy a new machine. It sounds as though the timer is dying...therefore slowing down...therefore extending cycle times. If that's the case, a new timer will cost about half the cost of a new machine.
Depending on the model you have the gwl 10 and 11 have a bal sw located under the console the sw may be engaging causing your problem. ( maybe corroded or shorted ) Or in later and current models they also have bal/shock struts on each side, one of the four maybe worn causing your unit to go out of bal.
52. (00110100) Eco - Diverter Top-up Fault diverter valve made be stuck in half open position ,may be a mechanical obstuction or the wax filled solenoid that actuates it may be faulty .located under machine beside pump .