I can see diverter shaft rotating with clicking sound.
JakeWait, stop the presses! I just noticed this model has the problematic door vent, that can also cause this problem you are having.
Do this first--->Disconnect all the wire connectors to your door vent and see if it runs through a complete cycle.
Start reading what bigbuck said at post#18 here:
So after successfully running the one hour cycle with the vent wire harness disconnected, I ran the ProWash/ProDry cycle with the vent harness disconnected with 100% success.www.applianceblog.com
Your model uses the exact same door vent. If it runs through a complete cycle and everything is back to normal, then order and replace the door vent assembly.
Here it is for your model you can order:
To access the vent assembly you will need a T-15 torx screwdriver: Remove 4 screws (long) across top of door, then remove 10 screws (short) on the sides, then the outer door panel pulls off.
Let us know what you find.
OK so the motor is getting 120V and it's not running. Here's the part you need:fill the water, then stop not running at all. thanks
Thanks Rick.OK so the motor is getting 120V and it's not running. Here's the part you need: