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Washer would stop when spin cycle started

Rebecca W. • Falls Church, VA • June 23, 2014
My Repair & Advice

I replaced the lid switch assembly, which was faulty. The washer would just stop when it reached the spin cycle, when the lid was fully closed. We stuck a ruler under the lid to crack it open a bit and that worked as a temporary fix until I ordered this switch. I watched the video on this website which made the repair super easy! The hardest part was feeling around under the motor on the floor for one of the cabinet clips which had fallen off. :)

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Repair Time Estimate

15-30 minutes

Tools Used
    Screwdrivers, Socket Set
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