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Try manually advancing timer . If washer starts , timer motor is bad or gets stuck , or water level switch is bad and not sending power to timer.
If washer doesn't start ,the lid switch is stuck not sending power to timer or god forbid, timer is shot.
In some models , lid switch controls everything which may be your problem .Try manually operating lid switch or jumping it with jumper wire.Or just replacing. Its' the easiest to fix and most likely problem.
Can you manually force it to go to other cycles? If so then the timer or control board is the issue. If you can't even make it advance then the control board is most likely. Check your pump and make sure it is not clogged and therre fore njot allowing the waqter to drain out =as it ias supposed to. If the water is not pumpiong out the washer will not advance
if you can manually move the timer to the next cycle and all works fine then you have a bad timer on unit... there are sevral gears in the timer usually made of plastic and over time thaey can get worn and not allow the timer to advance... if all works when you move the timer then most likely this is your problem (the timer) good luck to you
sorry to keep asking questions but i just need to know a little more information. are you using auto fill? have you tried manual water level settings? is your machine the one with the LCD DISPLAY?when it stops at rinse, is it agitating? if you have the LCD display have you tried the- traditional wash mode? please reply 4 further help.
Could be a bad timer or loose contacts. Unplug the washer. Open the control console. Remove the wire harness connector from the timer and re-insert it. Also advance your timer manually 360 degrees around several times. This can cause stuck contacts to work correctly. If this does not correct your problem you will need a new timer.
vacuum hose may be off on your pressure switch.take face loose and flip face back by pulling forward and up.your vacuum hose is clear and runs to your size load switch or pressure switch.if hose off it wont advance.