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Dial dosnt turn on its own to continue through

Dial does not turn on its own to continue through cleaning cycle.

When dial is turned manually, all the clcles seem to be working, however, whatever causes the dial to turn on its own, is not working.

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Hi, The timer has a motor that turns it. If you could get me a model #, I will look this up so I can see exactly what model you have. I have seen some dials hang up because something gets spilled on them and they get sticky betweeb the dial and the control panel.
With a model #. I can see if this is that style.

Thanks
Vic

Posted on Jul 18, 2009

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I have GM40 timer sitting in front of me.
I cannot understand your question because I do not know what the 'control shaft' is.
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http://waterheatertimer.org/images/FM-1-Grasslin-Intermatic-20.jpg

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If your Load does not turn on-and-off according to the trippers set on FM1 clock dial, then 1) wiring is suspect or 2) if dip switches are not correctly set before applying voltage, and timer could be damaged.

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You can also manually rotate clock dial clockwise to observe when the load turns on-off.

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hello nplooj
welcome,

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
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to reset the dial, switch the power off, then turn the dial to a dot on the selection then switch the power on, the light should flash about 3-4 times this should be it reset.

for the machine to start doing this mid cyle though usually indicates something is wrong, i would hazard a guess at the pump filter is blocked and the mahine was trying to drain at the time it started clicking.

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