Thanks for respondingCheck the connections to the lid switch and at the White 6-pin connector on the main board. Make sure none of the pins are backing out of the connector. If the connection is good, check the lead wire and replace it if necessary.
Thanks Will doThat sounds like a bad connection or an almost broken wire. In the past I've found broken wires inside the wire insulation. Check the wires for continuity between the board and the door switch. Wiggle the wires when you're checking them. Look for places where there's a splice or a bend in the wires. A broken wire in the wire casing can be a bitch to find especially if it's intermittent.
Rick,I think your new board is bad. If you were having a problem with the door switch the machine would log a dL error. Check if the reed switch is closed when the lid is closed. It's Pins 4 and 5 in the door lock connector on the board (white wires)