Question about Washing Machines
Washer fills then goes into wash cycle and stays there. It will not move into next cycle. When I open door and bypass switch to watch the cycle it appears to agitate but I can hold the agitator and move it freely. I can place it in another cycle and it will work in that cycle but it will stay in that cycle.
Im sorry to say, it sounds like the transmission in the washer may have gone out, the unit it self sits at the bottem of the main agitator shaft under the the tub, you may be able to have this replaced, but shop around for the right price.
Posted on Jan 27, 2008
SOURCE: Washer doesn't agitate
sounds like your washer went mellow on you(doesn't get agitated, right)?
ok. enough humor.
sounds like there's a problem with the motor/belt/control board in that order
Posted on Mar 13, 2008
I just encountered the same problem. I think the operation of the machine is such that the motor turns one direction for the spin cycle, and the other direction for the agitate cycle. I am replacing my motor, as I think i have a bad winding on the reverse. I will let you know.
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
Do you hear the ticking of the dial moving? if so it could be that the points aren't getting connection to cycle it threw the various cycles
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
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