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Frigidaire LTF530FS0 I was told this was the timer. I replaced it, but it is still doing the same thing. What else could be wrong?
The motor may be overheating, and shutting off. See if you can touch the motor when it stalls again. If so, check the tub when the unit is empty, it should spin freely, no noise.
If the motor is not hot, carefully touch other components with the power unplugged to see if anything is hot.
If you can find the motor heat sensor, check it out for power in-power out when the unit stalls. These little devices can fail.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: stops on rinse cycle
I had this exact same problem. Check and see if the screws to the door hinges are tight and if any are missing. I had one screw missing and it would not allow the door to be level and thus not be able to push the switch all the way down. This tells the washer the door is closed and if it is not closed it wont continue with the rinse cycle.
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
its_me_ac You probably have a faulty timer switch.
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Posted on Dec 05, 2008
It appears that your timer is failing. The process to remove and replace the faulty timer is relatively easy to do with just some simple hand tools.
You should unplug the washer from the wall outlet before taking the top backsplash (control panel) apart. There are screws on the backside of the control panel, that you need to remove the back panel. Doing this will let you get to the wiring plug connector on the timer motor.
You'll also need to remove the timer/cycle knob on the front of the panel so you can use a socket (or a adjustable wrench) to remove the mounting nut and lock washer that holds the timer to the metal panel.
Once you have everything loose and accessible, all you need to do is unplug the connectors on the old timer and out them on the new timer and reinstall the lock nut and washer and button up the panel.
That shoud be all that's needed to get things working again.
Here's link showing a drawing of your washer along wtih the parts list (and prices) for parts.
The timer is part #134378400 and costs about $89.00
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Posted on Aug 22, 2009
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Hi there, the same thing is happening with our washer. Did you find a solution to the problem? We found a coin the the black tube, but it still doesn't do the final spin. I can hear the motor trying to do something, but it just won't do the final spin. If anyone has any idea or suggestions it would be greatly appreciated. In the meantime, I have a load of slopping wet laundry to deal with. :(
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
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