I've had this problem, particularly with towels - it's quite annoying & not energy or water efficient at all. According to the manual, the unit has a sensor that senses if there is too much soap & it will continue to wash until the soap is removed. I found that this happened frequently on the "cotton" cycles & max spin. I've tried to make sure I use less soap, but I also use the perm-a-press cycle & the spin 1 down from max. Hope this helps
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You must either be using the wrong stuff or adding too much detergent. Them washers have a built in program to fix a suds problem by changing the time and giving the program an opportunity to correct on it's own. By running a series of mini washes and whatnot to get the soap out of the washer. When too much soap is used it cause the motor to overheat. This is noted by the control and recognized as sudslock. Look on my DIY Youtube about page. I have a bunch of links to various blogs, manuals, and notes on what to check as well as a bunch of how to videos.
This is older timer with backup battery. Plug in timer to see if battery will work. Display shows when battery is charged. No display, then timer is no good.
TD-1000 timer has 8 on-off functions per 24-hour day ...newer timers each offer 7 day function with choices of each-day, week-day, or week-end programming. The wider choices with newer timers may explain why TD1000 instructions are hard to find
Timer has 5 buttons + reset: TIME MODE PROG HOUR MIN
Set time Press and hold TIME > use Hour to set hour, Min to set minute Release Time button ... correct time should show
Program: Capacity for 8 on-off times per day Press PROG to set first ON time ON and number 1 are displayed on left Use hour and minute button to set ON time
Press PROG to confirm Now, OFF and number 1 are displayed Use hour and min key to set OFF time
Press PROG to confirm
When 8 programs are set, Press MODE key. Choose Manual OFF. Manual ON, Auto ON, Auto Off
To use programs, select Auto ON
DST daylight savings time has to be done manually. Press HOUR MIN button simultaneously > timer set up one hour Repeat again and timer goes back one hour
Do not plug timer into extension cord > must be plugged into wall
I had a similar problem with ours and had a repair guy come out and look at it. He suggested running a couple of heavy bleach cycles through the machine. He said that sometimes if you use too much detergent (especially if you're not using the "High Efficiency" type of detergent) detergent builds up on a sensor in the machine and causes longer than necessary wash cycles. We actually ran 2 cycles of bleach and then a couple more with no bleach or detergent and the problem cleared up.
the spin cylce in washer, did not shut off?soundslike an issue with the timer itself, no servicing htetimer strictly replace, as far as teh time in the dryer, i would check for clogged/kinked dryer vent, biggest issue with any dryer, innadequate vent