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Washer will not cycle

Washer will work in all cycles, but will not advance by itself

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  • little2100 Oct 31, 2008

    the washer will not advance to the next cycle

  • little2100 Oct 31, 2008

    washer works in all cycles but will not advance by its-self

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What brand?
if it is a front loader it could be the mcu.
or the timer

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