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Cycle takes forever

Could it be the timer? Or could it be a loose belt?

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  • rhodesey Jan 08, 2009

    what other possibilities?

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The washer will run through the programe with or without the belt on.
Could be timer, or other possibilities,but not the belt.
You will have to investigate further.
Plz rate my comments.
Thanks.

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

  • Barry Coates
    Barry Coates Jan 08, 2009

    The problem is not related to belt, possibly the heater is not working, there by preventing the timer to advance the prog, like I stated , the washer will normally go through the cycle, regardless of wether the belt is on or not.

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