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Kenmore mod 110 agitator turns while water fills tub

When I turn on any cycle the agitator starts to turn, as in wash cycle, water fills at the same time. The tank does not empty all the way, must turn knob to empty tank and spin. Thanks, Al

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Check your pump and drain for a blockage.
You also could have a timer connection issue. Remove the timer wire connectors and reattach them.The timer simply has a quick connection block, sometimes they get a little loose and all you gotta do is push it all the way back in. Check for a loose lid hinge and safety switch also.

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