07:14AM | 08/02/04
Member Since: 08/01/04
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After the machine fills with water and starts the wash cycle, it does not advance to the rince or spin cycle. If i physically move the dial it will advance and perform whatever part of the cycle it is suposed to. I'm not sure if it is the Timer Sequencer or possibly the Cycle Selector Switch or maybe neither of these. Any ideas?


09:32AM | 08/02/04
Member Since: 07/23/04
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**I'm not sure if it is the Timer Sequencer or possibly the Cycle Selector Switch or maybe neither of these**

Certainly -sounds- like a bad timer. Most techs would check for proper power at the timer motor ( 110-120 volts AC ) and if proper power is going to the timer motor but the timer is not moving/advancing = new timer time.

Some timers can be removed and rebuilt as well, but this often takes 7-10 days as your old timer is sent away for repair.

Whirlpool/Kenmore Quick Disconnect Washer Timers - look on the back of your old timer as they often put the part# there....


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