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if your washer has old dial selector ,does it continues and finishes "cycle" without spining or does the selector stops moving also you could have a bad timer ,newer ones will have some sort of electronic module
LE toward the end of cycle probably means you had a bulky load which you tried to spin out at the high spin speed setting. Use a low spin speed with bulky loads. For this load now, just put power on and without selecting a cycle, push the spin speed selector button until a low speed comes up (should be about a 14 minute display) then push start to do a pump and spin only cycle.
Many select their own possitions for the timer to reduce water usage. Often it is border line where the spin cycle is activated. Try from the beginning, and if it still malfunctions, not question, the timer will need to be replaced. (very basic machine with no noncense activations).
I believe the selector knob on a Whirpool just has to be turned counter-clockwise with the selector pushed in. It will spin off the shaft and then the outer indicator dial will pull off. The shaft also has a keyed slot that will only allow the dial to be removed and installed one way, so there should be no question as to how it goes back on.
Was there a reason as to why you are removing the washer selector knob? If this is a simple matter of replacing a broken water temperature selector, you shouldn't have to remove any of the control knobs to gain access to the selector. The entire front panel comes off by removing the screws holding it in place. That way you can access the broken selector from behind the front panel much easier. Just remove the panel right above the washer top (under the dryer) and it should expose the front panel mounting screws. Remove these screws and the front panel comes off. Just make sure the unit is unplugged before you begin. I hope this helps you. Let me know if you need further assistance.
OK it may be one of 2 things. I would check the lid switch first. On some maytags the have a lid switch that if it is not working properly it will not let the washer fill. If it will not fill the washer will not wash because the pressure switch did not activate the timer to wash. If the switch checks good you might have a bad timer. If you open the control panel you will find a tech sheet with the wiring diagram. I would follow the fill cycle and check the components. You might also check the water valve to make sure its ok too. But its very rear that both the hot and cold would go at the same time. Good luck!
"e" is economy - ignore this
there is a selection of spin speed - most people use the fastest
half load is what it says - most people wash a full load so ignore
the temp dial just selects wash temp. for normal washes set to 40deg
can't remember the symbols on program dial but think they are fairly self-explanatory
this machine is just a washer
remember to check the filter regularly
1st of all is there a spin cancel buuton on this machine and has it been activated, or is there a spin speed selector knob and has it been turned down...is inner drum easily turned by hand.if it is ok then belt tension could be suspect (tighten)im sure there is an out of load balance detection circuit on the main circuit board....also is it draining ok because it wont spin until it cant dectect low or no water prior to final spin.....also if it has a programme dial the select a spin programme on another section of selector dial.........hope this is of some help...