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You didnt state what machine you have but if your machine has a quick wash it will have a setting for that cycle every machine i delivered GE Maytag LG etc all had a quick wash setting on the dial if this doesnt help call manufacture to see if your machine has one good luck
Before replacing the timer, check the cold water inlet. Rinses usually use cold water only. The screen inside the valve, right where the hose screws onto the machine, may be blocked. If not blocked, check the inlet valve solonoid coil to see if it is open and in need of replacement.
at the end of the wash does it empty ok it needs to before it can move on to take on water for the rinses if it doesn't check the pump is not blocked if it does empty the issue may be water valve for cold water also on the wash cycle does the machine heat up if not it will just sit there washing forever
start the wash machine empty and see if it happens when nothing is in it. 2. When machine is off, open the top grab the centerpiece inside the wash machine and pull and push it slowly, does it move? (For safety unplug the machine) 3. Make sure machine is 100% level (front to back, left to right)
The most common thing is bad drum bearing, which force the wash machine out of whack when in spin / wash. Which are common and the best thing is to call Maytag.
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