I ordered the Ball Sensor and the main PCB. Just replacing the Ball Sensor was not the answer. I tried running a load and in two minutes or so the washer stopped just like before. Installed the new PCB and the washer is running fine now. Might not have needed the Ball Sensor at this point but wasn't worth pulling the machine back out again to remove it. Life is good, clothes are clean. Thanks to ALL!
BenRMember Since 18 Jun 2013
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