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This is either a clogged pressure tube port, broken or split pressure tube or the pressure switch is bad. The model you listed does not show valid, if you have the make and complete model let me know or just check the things I listed. The rubber pressure tube is connected to the outer tub on the washer and goes to the pressure switch/sensor. You can detach the tube from the pressure switch and blow through it and see if air blows into the outer tub, it should. If so inspect the tube for damaged and then if all is ok replace the pressure switch.
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