Question about Frigidaire GLTF2940ES Front Load Washer
The machine fill with water and will not wash. you have to move the nob to change to a different cycle. But it nevers really washes
It sounds like it's the timer.
A lot of KNOBS or TIMERS just get to much gunk in the circuits in them!
With the OLD TIMERS you could open it up and spray it with a can of electrical cleaner (same as they sell for computers) and a lot of the time it would fix the problem!
This should also work on your circuit boards in a new appliance just be sure to read and follow the directions carefully!
Open up & expose the timer control knob circuits, brush off as much dust and lint as possible by hand then spray with ELECTRICAL CLEANER as directed ON THE CAN and try running it again!
I always try this first as the cost is low and it often works!
I recommend Radio Shack for advice & purchase!
Cost about $10.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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