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Washer does not get out of the wash cycle

Kenmore washer model# 110.24952300, serial#CP4713027, Type III. When put in the 16 to 6 minute wash cycle it does not go past the 6 minute mark and continues washing till I move it slightly towards the drain cycle. All other phases of this cycle appears to work correctly. It works OK when put into permanent press II wash cycle. Clothes are normally washed in the Ultra cycle 95% of the time. How can I trouble shoot this problem before I start replacing parts such as the Timer. The washer is about 5 years old.

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  • jboylan180 Nov 27, 2008

    I ordered the timer and will get it by next Wednesday(12/3).

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Replace the timer

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