When the washer is set to cycle, it will go through agitation but then it seems to get stuck instead of an auto move thru the cycles, I must manually move it to complete the wash. Does this mean the timer needs to be replaced? It is a GE washer with P/N WH12X10348 for the timer. Secondly, if it should be replaced, is it a pop out, pop in unit?
Yes, the timer is a pop in pop out style in which you would access the timer, take the timer knob off and install the new timer. The motor on the timer is what would be faulty. The timer would need to be replaced.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Thursday, April 25, 2013