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Kenmore 70 Series Washer

Washer is working normally through the wash cycle but then as it approaches the rinse cycle it just stops. Will not drain or spin.
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The lid switch is bad . You can either replace it , or bypass it under the control panel . Try putting a pencil down into the hole on the top where the lid actuator goes into to see if it drains and spins .

Posted on Aug 20, 2009

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