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Re: timer stuck on dry
Bunny, you don't say if this is a mechanical or electronic timer. If it is mechanical and you can access it, move the timer by hand. It may be all that's needed. If you can't do that, the unit will have to be changed out because the motor is bad or the contacts are damaged. If it is electronic, cut power to the unit at the breaker for a few minutes and repower. If this doesn't do it, you are going to need a timer board. Let me know.
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Your timer motor is shot. It's located in the control panel behind your selector dial. Go to ebay or any of the parts suppliers and with the model number, you should be able to pick one up. Make sure you unplug the power when doing any work on it.
This sounds like something is stuck in the drain pump. You can remove the inner cover to look for obstructions. You have a dual purpose motor it does the both circulating and draining. The blockage is causing it to overheat and trip the thermal protector. You can remove the drain assembly from underneath if you don't find anything from above. There is a video at www.appliancehelponline.com/servicemanual.html that walks you thru most of this. It is a different model but pretty close.If you find no obstructions the motor may be failing.