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I have a maytag top load washer model number MAV7757AWQ. It will not spin out ( water just sits ), until I manually move the timer to the spin cycle and restart. Is my timer bad ?

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Based on your description..the motor for the timer sounds like it is bad or one of the wires powering it came free of the motor terminal.. Does the dial spin after you start any wash setting? If not then I'd say your timer needs replacing.. Hope that helps

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