You stated, "it fills up with water for rinse, started to rinse & then stopped". I read that to mean it fills, starts agitating and then stops agitating. Perhaps, rinse to you has a different meaning. Wash = fill, agitate, drain, drain/spin Rinse = fill, agitate, drain, drain/spin.
You did not indicate that the only problem during the rinse cycle was that it wouldn't drain or spin. This washer does have the old style lid switch which is very prone to coming apart and could become intermittent but drain/spin during the wash cycle and not during the rinse cycle on a regular basis is not an indication of a bad lid switch. We were under the impression from your wording that the washer stopped right after it started agitating in the rinse cycle which cannot be caused by a bad lid switch (on this washer).
Edited by fairbank56, 17 July 2013 - 07:28 PM.