Question about Whirlpool Ultimate Care II LSQ9549L Top Load Washer
After the tub fills with water it stops, the agitator cycle doesn't appear to be moving at all....if I pick up the back of the machine and set it back down, it sometimes "jump starts" the agitator cycle, but it doesn't always work...
HI, This is the result of a failed control sector. The timer is damaged, at this time.The timer is the principal initiator of all actions during a selected cycle. This device should be replaced, asap. It is located in the control panel. it is easily access through the back side of the panel. You Will need ot pull off the dial on the front of the panel before extracting the module for replacement.
Failure to advance to the next interval will always be the fault of the main control sector in most units of this nature.
Posted on May 13, 2010
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The inner tub on some machines does rotate very slowly while filling to assist with the even distibution of the load. If the agitator is turning back & forth while in fill mode, you could have a timer or transmission problem. You need a tech.
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