And if it is the motor overheating (even though it seems to be running), do I replace the motor, or the pump if the pump is stiff?Thanks,
However, once I remove the motor, how do I make it run to test it? Will simply plugging it in make it run?
During the wash cycle, after it agitates, it stops for a couple of minutes (it is suppose to do this - at least it always has). Sometimes, it won't restart and may sit there doing nothing until I take some action. So, if I simply bang on the lid, it starts. To me, this sounds like the lid switch may be failing.
Then see if the spin cycle still stops (I believe it will, but who knows). If it still stops spinning, then replace the motor.Does this sound like a good plan? Have I missed anything?Again, MANY MANY thanks.