Question about Washing Machines
Your Timer or Timer MOTOR has failed.
Most timers are spring loaded - yours is mechanical (motor) driven.
If you dont hear a low buzzing or clicking type sound during the cycle - the motor has failed.
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CLICK HERE to see the Timer Motor. It is #16 on the same diagram.
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by removing the motor from the timer - you can check its proper operation. If it spins after selecting a cycle - the timer needs to be replaced.
If the motor does not spin - replace the motor.
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Posted on May 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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