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WASHER

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MY WASHER SEEMS TO STOP IN THE MIDDLE OF A CYCLE.  THE TIMER KEEPS MOVING, BUT

THE WASHER ACTS AS IF IT'S DONE.  SOMETIMES, DEPENDING ON WHERE IT STOPS, THERE MAY OR MAY NOT BE WATER IN THE TUB.  WHAT COULD BE THE PROBLEM?:yikes:

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Need appliance parts? Call 877-803-7957 now!

Brand & model number required.....:bathead:

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The washer is a Maytag Model #LAT9205AAE.

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Ah, the old Dependable Care. Could be the motor is overheating and kicking out on thermal overload. You'll need to pull the front panel off and see if the motor is still getting voltage next time it stalls out on you-- that would confirm a bad motor.

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