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Cycle times How long does it take to complete the heavy wash cycle?

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If you remove the front lower panel with 2 phillps screws (one on each front end) and lift up and forward, you should find a information sheet folded. It is glued at one end so you will have to look at it with the base panel off; but, it shows you by graph how long the cycle is and what is operating at the time. Good info to understand how the electrical runs the mechanical aspects and definitely how your timer switch assy works as it cycles around.
I could tell you the time, but I would have to open one myself and you're the one with the machine.

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