We've determined that the pump will drain a small (test) load, thought we had the problem fixed--cleaned out a bunch of debris from the pump-- then put in a full load, and of course it no longer pumped the water out. Why would the pump drain the water on a small load and not on a full load? The lid switch seems to be working, at least enough to stop the agitator when we open the lid. Once the water is drained, the washer will spin. Any thoughts? Are we barking up the wrong tree thinking that the pump is dying? We're not very electrical in nature- better with mechanical stuff. We do have a multimeter but I honestly don't understand how to use it.
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