Question about Washing Machines
Most likely this is a problem caused by a faulty timer mechanism. It is a device that is best replaced by a service agent and will cost around $150 to replace. It is possible to access the timer panel from the rear of the machine, removing the top plate and exposing the electronics that control the operation. There is also a solenoid, but to determine the cause of inoperation between cycles, such as you've outlined, only a technician can determine which module is malfunctioning.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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