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Whirlpool Washer Won't Drain

I have a Whirlpool washer LLC7244BZ0 that usually won't drain from a cycle. I have to play with it until I can find a drain cycle that will work. I've replaced the timer but that didn't solve the problem. There isn't a problem with the drain hose because it will drain when it decides to.

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  • hitz1 Nov 09, 2008

    The only thing I replaced was the timer itself, part 9 on the drawing. I'm not finding the timer motor on the drawing. Which number is it? I'm thankful for your help.

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Did you replace the timer motor? The little motor attached to the timer that moves it thru the cycles. Also, I would check to see if the water level switch might be stopping it after the wash/rinse cycle. I've attached a URL that will show you the various components. If you need more help, feel free to post.

http://www.appliance-parts-warehouse.com/whirlpool-parts/Whirlpool-Washing-Machine-Parts/Whirlpool-Parts-LLC7244BZ0.cfm

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  • tnmatt Nov 09, 2008

    There are two types of timers that are availability for your washer. Since you can't find the timer motor than yours is built in to the timer. The timer motor is the little motor attached to the back of the timer. It plugs directly to the timer. After the tub fills up with water the water level switch carries the circuit back to the timer which starts the wash or rinse cycle. After the tub is drained it sends the circuit back to the timer telling it to start the motor to drain. If this switch is not working correctly than the timer will not advance. Watch your timer during a wash or rinse cycle. If it advances any during that time than the timer motor is advancing. If it stops at the end of the wash/rinse cycle and just stays there that would indicate the water level switch is faulty. This is what your water level switch looks like. Check the tubing for leaks. It operates off of pressure. As the tub fills pressure builds and forces air up the tubing until it satifies the switch. Pressure decreases on the drain cycle.

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    For a picture of all the parts of your washer go here:

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  • tnmatt Nov 09, 2008

    To see a picture of the timer motor, if yours is external go here:

    http://www.repairclinic.com/SmartSearch/...

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