Question about Washing Machines
The knob not advancing I assume is the timer where you pick the cycle you want. This would be called a mechanical type timer which is turned by a small clock type motor inside. It looks like that drive motor is defective and is usually part of the complete timer assembly You need to replace the timer assembly.
Posted on Apr 05, 2015
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