Question about Washing Machines
My washer goes through all cycles just fine and then quits on the final spin cycle leaving the clothes soaked. If I manually advance the knob around once and put it on spin myself, it will spin and eliminate the water exactly as it is supposed to.
You will need to replace the timer. Let me explain why;
After the agitation cycle, the machine will enter a drain mode where the basket will not spin, only drain. After some time, the timer should 'pause' causing the machine to engage the spin clutch. The timer contact has become stuck, not allowing the pause, thus never entering engaging the spin clutch.
Posted on Jul 02, 2008
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