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Timer Timmer dose not advance. I have replaced the timer and it still has the same problem.

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Check the pin connector between the touchpad & control board and ensure that it's seated correctly in the slot on the control board. if this does not solve the problem replace the control board.

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You asked about a fuse that might supply power to it. No. The timer gets its power from a redundant switch assy at the door lock. If even one of these switches fails, no power at all will be sent to the timer... therefore, you'd get no power to any other component. Since all other functions of the DW are working OK, you can safely diagnose it with having a failed timer.

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