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Cold water wash will not run

I have a problem with the cycles. The machine will not go through any cycles completely.

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If your machine is an older model, even 5 years old, the timing disc nay have teeth missing from it because of constance use.
So, replace the timer dial under the knob....if you have a computer panel....then you may need a new curcuit board.

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