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9 times out of 10, the lid switch itself causes the fuse to blow, that is why it is recommended that it be replaced anytime the fuse is blown out.. Cost to repair this problem is about $30.00, you can click on the blue link below to order a replacement for your washer.
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Is is necessary to replace the entire assembly? What is on the assembly besides the switch itself? I tested the switch with ohm meter and the open side is always closed.
Thanks Chas, I found the assembly locally. I'm headed there. I'll let you know how it goes.
Chas, Thank you. Assembly is in and adjusted, washer is working. Tested each area of the cycle/timer switch, all is working. You were the help I needed.