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Stops on rinse cycle

The washer fills ,washes ,drains ok but then it stops on the rinse cycle you can hear a buzzing but timer never advances , the timer was replaced and it still does the same thing.

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I had this exact same problem. Check and see if the screws to the door hinges are tight and if any are missing. I had one screw missing and it would not allow the door to be level and thus not be able to push the switch all the way down. This tells the washer the door is closed and if it is not closed it wont continue with the rinse cycle.

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I know how frustrating it can be but seems like the cam drive inside the timer is not advancing. I wouldn't advise taking it apart but that's your call. Was the no rinse problem your main reason for changing the timer in the first place? all seems to point towards the timer - still. chain of events: start, timer advances one step, solenoid opens for water, tub diaphagm closes, starts timer again, machine agitates, timer stops agitate motor off, timer advances to spin, drain, motor reverses, pump on. timer stops, advances to next step. RINSE opens solenoid. Here's the problem. Could be the timer contacts are not making up completely giving you full voltage to fully open the solenoid valve. the solenoid is a magnetically operated device. NOT full voltage will make it buzz. inside is an iron slug that is acted upon by means of magnetic force from the coil. Still it all points to the timer. Yeah I know they're not cheap. :(

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