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Whirpool Washer LSQ9211KT1

The automatic timer has to be moved manually to complete the cycle

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  • vishkarv Jul 03, 2008

    agitator cycle wont run though it takes water & spin cycle runs

  • breidokeeffe Jul 05, 2008

    AWG 384 whirlpool machine wont start - doesnt seem to have a reset button have tried switching it on and off nothing works

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From the way you discribe it, sounds like you have a bad timer.If you decide to fix it yourself be sure to mark the wires before removing the timer.

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It sounds like a bad timer unit, and possibly a lid switch.

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The timer has a small motor that advances it through the cycles. It either works or it's DOA. unfortunately you probably have to replace the timer complete.

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you need to replace the timer it is faulty let me know how you make out

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