The main reason why your Clothes washer is not going past the rinse cycle and not draining is because of a faulty lid switch. When you started your washer, the water will fill up to the normal level and it will even start turning and washing your clothes. But somewhere during the wash cycle, the washer would stop working and nothing happens after that. The water won't drain and the washer won't spin anymore. The manufacturer if you call them, would suggest that you simply reset your clothes washer by unplugging your machine for few minutes and then plug it back. Then you can lift your door lid and close it for several times. But i guarantee you, what they suggested won't work. I have tried it many times what they suggested but to no avail. The only way to fix the problem is to remove the old lid switch and replace it with a new one. Or a temporary solution would be to add a copper wire between the connectors to complete the circuit and run it to drain the water and complete the wash cycle.
The washer lid switch looks like this below:
It is located just below underneath the round base portion on the right:
You may have to do a bit of a figuring out as to how you can remove the screws attached to the sides and the entire wires:
The other ends is located inside the main body of the washing machine and requires you to fully open up the main body unit. Once the entire wire of the lid switch is removed, you can install a replacement parts which can be bought from your manufacturer's website.
An alternate temporary solution to just rinse your clothes, drain the water and complete the wash cycle would be to do the following:
1. As you can see above, the other end of the lid switch wires has a white head connector with 3 wires behind attached.
2. Use a short copper or aluminium insulated wires like the one below but just cut both ends of the wire.
3. Then you will connect one end of the copper wire to the above white head connector (The left side hole) and connect the other end of the copper wire to the above white head connector (The right side hole). Do not connect to the middle wire hole of the white head connector. This completes the wire circuit of the washing machine. Now run the washing machine again turning it to the rinse or drain cycle. You will see that your washing machine will start working fine. But be aware that this method is only for temporary solution for draining the water and completing your wash cycle and the permanent solution will be to get a new replacement washer lid switch.