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Cycle is off

The cycles on my washer are off. when i start a load in the washing machine - it automatically starts agitating filling with water. this has occurred one other time, but eventually it reset itself - this time - no such luck. end the end when the machine says it is finished rinsing and spinning - it still has water in it!!!!! is there a reset button?

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When you look at the timer schematic it has a time reference showing agitation doesn't start until fill is completed. Sounds like switches 5, 5a and 16, 16a are stuck. You need that timer replaced.

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