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Intermatic timer. Why doesn't it work consistently?
If the timer has a battery backup in case the power supply is interrupted, it is possible the internal rechargeable cells have become corroded and lost electrical contact and if so the timer will probably stop working even when the power is still connected. Initially operation could be somewhat intermittent but eventually it would stop altogether.
That at least is what happened to one of my timers several times - I would remove the cells each time and clean the contacts and it would be ok again for a month or two. It wasn't very old when it happened the first time.
LG WT4970CW, time seems twice as long as indicated on countdown timer, I timed it and wash started at 54 minutes counting down, 20 minutes later timer was at 47 minutes is this normal, came with house
Not sure but I think it is normal, not even sure it is a countdown timer - illustration shows just a single large knob which presumably is the main programme selector, which is basically an electric clock that keeps pausing whenever the washer is busy filling, heating, etc. and moving on when it is time for the next function.
Modern cold fill, water economy washers tend to take much longer to complete a cycle with the shortest programmes taking more than an hour...
on Nov 28, 2020
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