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So when you unplug this and plug it back in it continues the cycle all the way to the end ? doesn't stop after that ?
Well forgot some info, this what I usually end up doing... Start the washer on a cycle, washer fills with water then it will stop before it starts to agitate and wash the clothes. What I do next is set the washer to drain portion of the cycle, wait for the water to completly drain. Then I unplug the unit, plug it back in start an new wash cycle and then the washer will finish the whole wash/rinse/spin cycle all the way threw. I have only performed this about four times. Each time I have done the same thing and the washer will finish the whole wash/rinse/spin cycle completly on the second try.
Sure I think I can, do you mean the drain hose or the possibly the drain insite the washer's drum not sure wich one you mean?
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All drains look good no blockage found any where in any of the hoses.
May I add the only reason I would move the washer to the drain portion of the cycle was to try and start fresh on a new cycle completely. I hope this helps
Yes I always firms close the door.....
Thank you very much for your time, unfortunatly it is what it is....
thank you again.....