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Open the control panel and check how the pressure hose is connected to the water level switch. Very possible it fell off.

In order to provide more accurate advice we need the complete model number of the washer.

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Did this just start after moving the washer or reinstalling the drain hose? If so it is possible that the drain hose was installed too far into the stand pipe in the house plumbing. This can cause the water to be siphoned out as the washer is filling so that it never reaches the proper level in the tub to begin agitation. It fills and drains at the same time. To check for this, pull the drain hose out of the stand pipe. If it was inserted more than about 8 inches, secure it back with only about that much in the stand pipe and it should fix the problem.
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