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I have had similar situation with my top load washer over the years. It has been the timer 3 times and the water pump 1 time.
How I came up with it being the timer. The knob which you set it on the type wash you want. Put it on a different cycle and see if it completes the wash cycle. example if my washer is not working when I put it on heavy wash cycle I might put it on the casual wash cycle. If you change the wash cycle and it goes through the complete cycle it is probably the timer which is part of the knob you change for different wash cycles with.
If it stops when it is time to empty the tub on all cycles it may be the water pump which empties the tub. The one time I had a problem with the water pump it was a small piece of coal had the pump locked up. I never figured how it got out of the tub and to the pump but I put it back together and it worked fine.
It should not go into the spin cycle if the tub is full of water.
Two of the timers I bought cost 40 - 60 dollars. One was 140 dollars I bought a new washer that time because the washer only cost 220 dollars.
It sounds like the timer motor has gone out on your timer and you will have to replace the timer itself. If you get the model number and go to www.sears.com you can pull up a diagram of your unit and order the timer for it.
The dial is not a timer that moves through the prog, it is a selector switch, which selects the programme you require, and therefore does not move round
You need to check the filter re the spin prob.
Remove rear panel, remove large black hose from bottom of tub, remove filter, and clean.
Refit filter and hose.
Test for leaks
seems the timer knob is old and need of replacement normally happens due to age as the timer switches inside the timer knob become old and sticky mostly unable to move so the timer isnt able to do much of its job
You said, front load washer would not continue through the cycle. For example,
when I turn on the wash cycle, it will stay at that position and does
not go to the next cycle. Every time I want the machine to move from
one cycle to the next I have to do it manually such as from wash cycle
to rinse cycle. The dial won't not turn unless I turn it manually.
Please give me a suggestion of what part of the machine is not working
properly. Per my understand and my friend told me, it is probably the
time is not working. If that is the problem, can I replace the timer
myself and how much it cost for the replacement part.
You do have an ATF6000 front load washer?This is made by Frigidaire or Electrolux Did you get any error code? Like an "F1" ?
Yes it can be replaced It is part of the, Control Board,pc ,with housing
$ 139.22 Here is the site with the parts. http://www.pcappliancerepair.com/model-display.php Let me know how you do. Huuum, Please remember to leave a rating!