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Cycle timer will not change cycles

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Hey Dina, this is JK. I see that your washer (ATF6000ES) is not advancing through cycles. There are a few things that could be causing concerns, the timer and the door latch. The timer could be considered the brain that controls the system. The timer's motor can also become defective, thus preventing the timer from advancing through its cycles. If these suggestions pan out and the problem still persists, think about what may have happened prior to this occurrence. For instance, did you notice any error codes, odors, or other strange functions prior to this issue? If you are still having these issues and can think of anything in particular, please feel free to reconnect.
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