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 Posted: Wed Jun 7th, 2006 05:47 pm
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Well I fixed my problem.  It was none of the above.  I have the kind of hoses running from my wall to the washer that are supposed to "seal" when the hose bursts.  So when I turned off my water to do the plumbing repairs, it must have changed pressure and triggered the hose to close.  All I did was unscrew the hose and screw it back in, then I ran a complete cycle on the washer without a problem.

-Jeff