If you would like just to double check that its not a voltage problem from the control, test the voltage with a volt meter at the inlet valve while its initiated and make sure you have constant voltage to it if so you need to replace the water inlet valve on the washer, the coils are going bad and will eventually stop letting water in at all. If the voltage is dropping in and out then you will need to replace the control.
If you would send me the model number of the washer I will be glad to find you part numbers for the parts you may need. thanks.
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