Question about Washing Machines
The program switch is actually the timer and there's a dead spot on it causing it to stop and needs to be turned a notch in order to continue. Fiddle a bit with it and it might clean off the dirt that is carding the dead spot. You have to replace the timer if the problem persists. It costs about $100 and it's definitely worth replacing and an easy task to do. Enter the exact model number of the machine here then under the part type, click Circuit Board or Timer for the exact pricing of the timer.
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Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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