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It will still fill with water.
Also, I know the problem isn't with the lid switch.
There was a little hum. Then after monkeying with the dial some and restarting a cycle it agitated for awhile and when it got to the rinse/spin cycle it tried spinning but slowly and then it died completely (no more hum). After unplugging for awhile and plugging back in there is a hum but can't get to spin.
I removed the motor. The coupler is fine. Just to be sure I should start the unit without the motor in place, right? A hum means motor problems, no hum means transmission trouble.