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sounds like the drain pump could be clogged up might wanna lay it on its backside and take the motor out and inspect it for any buildup inside of its self as this can/will damage the drain pump however if there is nothing there inside the drain pump then the pump needs replacing
Hi David if the timer is not cycling the tub will not drain ,the washer will not complete cycles, second check the lock switch on the door. this can stop the timer and the tub from draining. when not cycling the timer is at fault , this could be two problems, 1st when everything stops check the door safety switch , 2nd listen for the timer, if it stops running. good luck ,geodaws
It sounds like your drain pump is going. Neptunes are suppose to neqarly dry the clothes with how fast it spins. A poor drain pump/motor, could cause this to be less effective. There could also be something in the drain lines. I would check that before you pay money on a pump though.
the pump is stuck. you need to get a pump replaced, a piece of dirt is all it takes to mess up the pump, exspecally if you are on well system, check the filter in the line and make sure its clean. if the machine is not spinning out, and its running the entire cycle the transmission is not engaging correctly, have this checked out.
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i think you can fix it , does it stops when it reaches RINSE cycle ?? if yes , your gonna open the front panel or back panel so you can see inside machine . follow the DRAIN HOSE thats attached to SMALL DRAIN PUMP MOTOR , YOU NEED TO TAKE OUT and check for anything thats blocking the impellers and causing it to stop ( pins , buttons , etc ) let me know by your smile . . . . . .
If your timer is stopping at the drain cycler (before the rinse) check the LID SWITCH. Most washers will not drain or continue the cycle if this switch is not closed. Open the lid and look for an opening in the housing were the lid sits. try depressing it manually while the timer is at the drain cycle.