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Easy check for water filling problem like yours. Unplug the power and see if water still flows into machine. If yes----your inlet valve on the washer is stuck open and needs replaced. It is the part on the washer back where your fill hoses attach to. If the water is flowing into the machine while plugged in and it stops when unplugged, you have something in the control panel sending power to that inlet valve even when the machine is off. You would now need to find out where the power is coming from. If its an electronic control washer, the main board may need replaced.
If what is happening is you start the cycle and the timer does not advance but if you manually advance it by turning it via the knob and it works fine as far it will agitate and drain/spin. The problem will be the timer is defective and would need to be replaced.
check the lid switch by putting a screwdriver into the lid switch hole; look at your timer duration diagram it's in the control panel a small sheet of paper taped inside Does you machine not advance mark the timer knob and, see how far the knob advances next set the timer for the agitate position and check the timer for continuity on those pins noted on the sheet
When the unit completes its filling cycle, a relay will be activated to start the wash cycle. A 10 year old unit probably has dirty/corroded or otherwise malfunctioning relay contacts. This should be repaired by a qualified repairman as high voltages pass through these relays.