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Washer not working

My washer is going through the cycle as usual the digital display says its doing the normal cycle but nothing is happening the drum is just filling & emptying so when cycle is finished all i have are soaking wet clothes. everything looks ok, can you help please?
thanks Dawn

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I had this and the timer circuit was faulty i found a few dry solder joints. i re soldered it and cured the problem.

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