Question about Washing Machines
If your washing is "not draining the water ad mid or end of the (rinse/spin cycle)", the typical problem for this complaint is your lid/door switch (most likely) or the water pump (likely).
In general, lid-switches run about $15 and the typical "working lid-switch" should have a "clicking" sound when opening and closing the door (not all models). The water pump can also be the problem, but from what you've described, I would look into your lid-switch first. Timers are very rare and relatively expensive in comparison to other washer components. Who told you the problem was the timer?
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
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