Question about Washing Machines
I replaced the coupling and put it back together and now it went to rinse and stayed there not moving along in the cycle.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it will perform all of the functions if you turn your timer knob manually, I would open the console and check for any loose connections, although from your description your timer motor has gone bad (only availible as the whole timer) It can be purchased from online from the manufacture or from a local parts store.
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
sounds like a lid switch problem. is there a clicking noise when you open and close the lid?
if not then the lid switch may need to be replaced; inexpensive.
this could also be caused by a bad timer.
also try a different speed for the rinse cycle, it may be a bad motor and it is not going into a certain speed. instead of gentle or slow speed try fast or normal, something like that.
Posted on Jun 28, 2008
SOURCE: Runs great stuck on rinse cycle
ngafm to your rescue,
Yes it is in the dial and mechanism of the timer!
Things wear out! So is life!
Only a trained laundry tech can make the electronic diagnoses.
How old is the washer?Sounds old!
If the appliance is 10 years old or more you it may not be advisable to put good money into bad!
New appliances are so much more efficient today that they can save you a lot of money in energy!!!!
Water,Electric and detergent! And put money back in your pocket!
The new appliance will pay for itself in only a few years!
You will be fine
Bless You ngafm
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Posted on Sep 08, 2008
Most of these spin related problems are attributed to a lid switch malfunction. A washer that fills and doesn't do anything, or stops right after the wash cycle and then does not advance to the rinse cycle and drain is commonly caused by a lid switch. The lid switch is usually mounted under the washer top casing, on the right hand side on most top load models. It is activated by a plastic piece on the lid (called a "Lid Strike") through a small hole on the rim of the wash tub opening. In many cases the lid strike breaks off the lid, or the lid switch becomes loose and no longer makes contact. Inspect the lid to make sure the lid strike is still intact, and then inspect the mounting screws (adjacent to the small opening on the wash tub rim) and make sure they are snug. If you determine the switch to be defective, the following link explains how to replace one:
If the switch requires replacement, a new one can be purchased on line at searspartsdirect.com, pcappliancerepair.com, repairclinic.com, appliancepartspros.com. Just use your model number as your search criteria. All these sites offer competitive pricing, so shop all them for the best price.
Let me know if you need further assistance. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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