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Washing machine My washer will not advance through the cycles. I can manually switch from fill to agitate to rinse to spin, but it will not do it on its own.

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  • Kristie Harrington Apr 01, 2008

    Whirlpool, 7 cycle 3 speed, LSR7010PQ0

  • Jeff Rockwell
    Jeff Rockwell May 11, 2010

    Could you please post back with your manufacturer and model number? I believe you may have a bad timer motor, but need to know what type of washer it is before I make that assumption.

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The timer for your washer can be found at repairclinic.com. Just type in your model number in the Search menu. It is listed as item number 1060744 and costs about $66.00. There's also a repair manual available for about $16.00 listed as item number 1170635.
Searsparstdirect.com also carries the part for about the same price. It is listed under the "Controls and Rear Panel Parts" section after you type in your model number. It is listed as item number 9 in the parts illustrations and the part number is 8546685. The Sears website also carries a repair manual under the "Top and Cabinet Parts" section as item number 1G (part number 4313896) that costs about $15.00.
I mentioned the repair manual just in case you wanted it as a reference for future repairs. Of all the washers I've worked on, this is one of the easiest machines to troubleshoot and repair. I hope this helps you. Please post back if you need further assistance.

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SOURCE: GE Top Load Washing Machine -- Agitator will not cycle

Agitator's don't spin on wash cycle.

I would suggest washing the clothes without soap until they rinse clear. If you have hard water, the soap will not easily rinse out of clothes, or off of you when you use soap to wash or shower.

Reduce the amount of soap you use in each wash if this is the case. It sounds like your washing machine is working right.

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SOURCE: washing machine will not advance through the wash cycle

when it reaches the stopping point does it stop after the wash cycle if so try pushing the switch to the lid with a popsicle stick and see if it goes into the spin cycleif it does the lid switch is bad. the washer will not go into the spin cycle unless the lid is closed and if the swich is bad it won't let the time advance

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SOURCE: The agitator will not spin

Hi,
The problem will be in the pressure starter kindly check whether water stops after certain level and ready for washing,if it is OK means kindly check the wire connections from the operational panel to the motor, in most of the case the timer will not send signal to the motor for that kindly change the operational panel and check it

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