Just an update. The main control board fixed it. I took a look at the old board and found a bad capacitor. $.78. I should have pulled it out and looked at it first. For less than a dollar I could have fixed it. I guess I will have a backup now.
I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for posting about this in detail. I had the identical symptoms in my washer, and thanks to you, I knew to check for a bad capacitor on the control board. Repair took about 20 minutes to disassemble, 15 minutes to replace the bad capacitor and about 10 minutes to put it all back together.
1000uF 6.3V capacitor was in the lower right of the control board and was obviously fried.
Biggest part of the repair was waiting 2 days for the part. Second load since the repair just finishing up now.
Research time: 1 hour
Repair time: 1 hour
Cost of capacitor: about $0.13 (But $5.29 for the pack of 40, with Amazon
The feeling of accomplishment fixing your own washer for pennies: Priceless