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Cycle doesn't progress automatically

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I start the washer. It starts up fine. I come back in an hour its in the same place on the dial.

Then, I manually progress the dial to the next stage and it does what its supposed to on that step. And so on and so forth.

I can was clothes but its a real pain because I have to manually progress the stages.

Got any ideas?

Should I replace the timer?

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Straight from a Sears App tech, the timer motor is faulted, the part number is on the timer and you can call a supply house and get the part.

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Sounds like timer motor bad but you'll have to replace complete timer ..motor not a service part

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