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Re: GE heavy duty washer
Also, flip the washing machine over. There should be a large block of concrete held in place with bolts. The original owner might have removed this to make the unit easier to lift and might not have replaced it. If it is missing, this will also cause the machine to jump around unevenly.
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If the washer will spin between wash and rinse cycles and on another cycle like perm. press or heavy duty, then the timer is probably bad. If everything works on another cycle, you can use the machine while you save for another one, or can find a new timer for the one you have. Best of luck
If you bought a new washer and you still have a leak, i guess it was not the washer but where it drains into. Sink or stand pipe has a leak. unless you are useing the old drain hose from your old washer. Dry up everything and look for the sorse of water with a bright light when the washer drains .
You say its a Kenmore, but have GE Listed, so will hope you have a Kenmore. Sounds like if its just not working in one cycle, its more than likely a timer issue. Would need a model number to look up the part, but they usually range in price from $100 to $165 in price. They are not usually that hard to replace, so if you want to replace it, let me know and will get you directions, etc for that. Good Luck!!!!