Sorry here is the numbers that you wanted serial number is CS351658 and the model number is CS350168 hopefully this will help.. thank you it was to see if we can run our one just on cold water fill only
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Hello Sadaqat Shah. My name is Ashley
and I am a representative of Whirlpool. We are very sorry to hear about the
concerns you are experiencing with your washer. In order to better assist you
we would need more information. Please email us directly at Whirlpool.Digital@Whirlpool.com
and include your name, phone number, address, model and serial number for your
washer, and this reference number: 60772. Best, Ashley
The SECOND DIGIT in the serial number represents the YEAR the appliance was manufactured. The first two numbers following that digit, represent the WEEK (52 weeks in a year) the appliance was manufactured. So, based on the serial number you have listed, the WASHER was manufactured in October of 2005.
These appliances are commonly sold as a set, so you may find the dryer was manufactured around the same time. If you need assistance determing the age of the dryer, please post back with the SERIAL NUMBER and let me know. I hope this helps you.
The 2nd digit in the serial number will identify the YEAR is was manufactured. The first two numbers, following that digit, will determine the WEEK (52 weeks in a year). This same information applies to all your other Whirlpool appliances.
If you have any questions, please post back and let me know. I hope this helps you.
what cycle are you using?there are a couple of things that cause the timer to stop,eg- water not heating - not draining etc. can you try a cold cycle if there is one on your machine. was the water in the machine getting hot?sorry to ask you these questions but you might not need a timer hopefully. have you tried the whirlpool website? please reply 4 more help.
That depends, I've discovered through experience with replacing those "rps" , the fault actually was in the control. It was displaying an F50, but the rps was fine.
Make sure your model & serial number don't fall under the recent rework issued by whirlpool,(give me the serial & model and I have a list I can check) if so the control will be replaced free of charge to you. Otherwise price out a new control. Sorry I can't provide part number or price right now, I'm on my iphone and not at home pc.
Hope that helps.