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Check the pressure tube that connects to the pressure sensor and the outer tub, remove it and blow air through it into the tub, you should be able to blow air freely into the tub, if it is clogged that will happen. If it is not clogged nor split or cracked anywhere on the tube then the pressure sensor will need to be replaced, it will be one of those things 100% just check it out.
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It is in the console on the unit and goes to the outer tub, if it is a front loader you need to remove the top to see if off to the right, if it is a top loader it is in the console.