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I have whirlpool washer model LSQ9549LQ2. It has burnt timer which I replaced. But now when I run washer it run only from one position from timer. Need help

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Thanks for your question If your timer works in one cycle only say on the regular cycle You could have a defective one . If your washer has 2 speeds the delicate speed on your motor could be the problem

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