Question about Washing Machines
Hello there and than you for choosing fixya:
This is a fairly common issue with various makes and models of washing machines
the problem is that the cycle timer does go out on these units after some time this time is what alows it to advance from one cycle to a nother so what you are going to have to do is first ensure that the unit is draining out fully and if it is good then you will have to remove the timer and replace it if you have a appliance parts store in your town simply tell them the name and model number of the machine and the part that you need I wll post you some more information here shortly ook
Best regards Mike
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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