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Washer filled with water but will not start the cycle

Yesterday it filled with water but the cycle never started. Also when I turn the knob nothing happens.

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Sounds like you have a bad timer, not too hard to fix. Just get yourself to an appliance parts store and give them the model of your machine and tell em that you want a timer. They should be knowledgeable on how to install it but if not its a pretty simple task. Just unscrew the control panel from in back so that it can flip up. Then pull the knob off the front of the timer and unscrew it. Next move over the wires one at a time being careful to put them on the same prongs as on the original one. Then screw the new timer in place being sure that its going in the same way the old one came out. Then screw it in, put the knob back on, screw down the control panel and you should be good to go.

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