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Old 08-26-2009, 05:45 PM
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The way your washer works is that in order for the transmission to go into the spin cycle the motor must stop for a few seconds. The timer is not doing this, so when you open the lid you manually stop the motor, the transmission goes into spin mode and you get spin.

The solution is to replace the timer, but if you do not want to spend the money or take the chance that will not fix it you can continue to open the lid to force it into spin mode. I have occassionally found that sometimes over time the problem will work itself out.
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