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Kenmore washing machine will not drain

When timer moves from wash to drain, the timer stops and it will not drain (in all drain positions). If you turn the timer to spin, it will start to spin and drain.
The washer is a Kenmore Ultra Fabric Care Heavy Duty 80 Series about 17 yrs old

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Replace the timer.
This is a neutral drain machine. If there is no natural pause in the timer at the end of the rinse cycle the timer is bad.

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