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Have to reset the washer by removing power

About 75% of the time, the washer will stop it's cycle at a certain cycle and it sticks there doing the same thing (ie... spins continuously, pauses forever, etc... where it fails seems pretty random). Pulling the knob and pushing again doesn't help, pulling the CB and resetting it causes the washer to continue its cycle.

Anyone ever see this before?

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Replace your timer and your problem will go away

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