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The washing machine is filling and then stopping.

When I fill my washer with clothes and then start it it fills but does not run. I tried to move it to rinse but it does not. Any help?

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Hi,

What is the model number of the washer?

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Sounds like a drain filter problem

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If your washing machine is not starting or running when you fill it with clothes and try to start a cycle, there are a few potential causes to consider. Here are some steps you can take to troubleshoot the issue:

  1. Make sure that the washing machine is properly connected to a power source and that the power switch is turned on. If the machine is not receiving power, it will not be able to start or run.
  2. Check the water supply valves to make sure they are turned on and that there is sufficient water pressure. If the washing machine is not receiving enough water, it may not start or run properly.
  3. Check the control panel and make sure that you have selected the correct cycle and settings for the load of clothes you are washing. If the control panel is not functioning properly, the washing machine may not start or run.
  4. Check the door or lid of the washing machine to make sure it is closed properly and that the latch is engaged. If the door or lid is not closed or latched properly, the washing machine may not start or run.
  5. If none of these steps solve the problem, you may have a faulty component or control board inside the washing machine.

Overall, the key is to systematically troubleshoot the issue by checking for common causes and working through each step until you find a solution

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We have had a Sears Kenmore washer for about 4 years now. We have had professional Sears technicians attempting to solve a lid locking problem since we owned it. NOBODY fixed it---not even with a new motherboard! NOTE that the lid switch was actually recalled. STILL, lid locking is intermittent - but still a problem. ( I Know- your automatic fill is YOUR problem. Our "workaround fix" was to put the AC power plug onto a power strip AC supply having a on/off switch. When the lid locks, and will not allow access to the wet clothes after cycle is finished, we simply turn off the power, then back on. This reboots the system, and after counting 8 seconds- the lid lock releases with a big "Click". The fill water is controlled by a "Level Sensor". Try rebooting and see if the problem persists. Likely a bad level sensor, or lid sensor.--however- Kenmore refused to post my concerns- yet the net is FULL of lid lock concerns. I'll bet the filler sensor is bad on yours. Best of luck. We just re-boot!

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