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If you raise and lower the lid, do you hear the lid switch clicking?
Can you remove the two inner Phillips screws from the top of the timer console and take that cover off?
With the timer console open, you will have full access to the lid switch, number 17 in the diagram at the link below. With the lid down, does it push the white switch plunger in?
See the video at the link below.
I do suspect the lid switch will need to be replaced.
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That model uses two different styles of lid switch, depending on the serial number. Did you see that diagram I linked you to? Is your model using the older style that is shown on the left side of that picture?
The switch by itself is available below.
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