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Doesn't work. Why does it stop mid-cycle?


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When washing machine do not spin.dose timer continue work or has stop?


The timer usually continues to run but the contacts to the motor get corroded so that it won't get the power necessary to spin. The power needed for the spin cycle is far greater than needed for other cycles is why the spin cycle fails first.
Very rarely will a timer motor that works for the rest of the cycle stop for just the spin, but it could happen.
Just buy a new timer assembly. Get the model number and use Google; but look at several offerings noting the part number. If you find a cheap price but a different part number, buy the one that matches the factory number as best you can.
While you are working on the machine, you probably should replace the drive belt, if it has one.

Feb 03, 2015 | Hotpoint Washing Machines

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My estate washing machine will not spin out, all of the other cycles work correctly.


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Try to clean the magnetic door switch,some windex and a paper towell.Just do the part on the door or lid and where the lid meets the top of the magnet.Make sure this is not loose and is seated in the machine.

You may need to unplug machine and remove the door switch,take both wires and tie them togther so they make contact.Then try a wash cycle or try the spin cycle.
The door switches in the estate washers fall apart and get corroded and can stop the spin cycle.

If the machine works with the switch taken out then you will need to get a new one from whirlpool.

Mar 25, 2011 | Estate Washing Machines

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My Haier waching machine has a slow spin cycle


I have the same problem with the same washer

Jan 26, 2010 | Haier Washing Machines

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Kenmore 110 Spin Cycle


Assuming that this is a basic top load, direct drive, neutral drain washer it seems as if the problem is likely in the timer.

The transmission and draining are controlled by the motor which gets it's power through the timer. If the timer isn't advancing once it gets to the spin cycle area, the motor keeps getting power, the machine keeps spinning and only by pushing in the control knob will the motor stop.

Here are a couple of places to look at how the machine works and parts for a basic Kenmore washer.

Sears parts site:

http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/index.action

Enter your model number and you'll see a number of sub catagories for the washer components.

Whirlpool Installation and maintenance PDF.

This is a public domain Whirlpool manual describing how the washer works and a good troubleshooting section.

https://secured.whirlpool.com/Service/SrvTechAdm.nsf/2cd44500d572193285256a45004fd9d6/f7e2147fa98b28cf85257122007475cb/$FILE/L-55.pdf


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Whirlpool super capacity washer spin cycle stop working


Sounds like you need a new lid switch. Click HERE for prices.

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Will only work on cycle, will not agitate in the other cycles


Thanks for your question You say it works on one cycle but not the other lets sat you start a regular wash ,the washer should fill ,wash for the minutes you have set, pump out the water #spin , Stop fills & rinse stop pump out water &spin If you try a delicate cycle and it does not do what it did on regular cycle . You have a timer problem . Thanks for your question hope i helped you solve it . THE APPLIANCE DOC

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