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Hi, welcome to Just Answer. My name is ***** ***** I look forward to helping you! I suspect the problem lies in the pressure switch circuit. The pressure switch is mounted at the top of the machine, under the top panel. It will have a very small hose attached to it. If you remove that hose and blow through it (the hose), does air easily pass?
It goes to the base of the outer tub. It is what allows the control to measure the amount of water in the tub. Air pressure has to move up and down that tube to signal the control.
Sure, no worries, thank you.
Sounds like the main control will need to be replaced then.
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