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Part Number: AP3191755
MFG Part Number: WH12X10202
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Washer Control Board.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WH12X10202 (AP3191755) replaces 175D4232P016, 947876, AH269934, EA269934, PS269934.

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Washer did not shut off and did not cycle properly Dan F. • Gig Harbor, WA • August 10, 2014

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How to Replace Timer #WH12X10202

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Timer #WH12X10202 for Washer made by GE. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


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Washer first got stuck on the agitation cycle. When I reset the timer, it went through until it got to the pump/drain cycle. It just stayed there regardless of the position of the timer, or even the cycle I set it on. I can turn the timer to any position, 360 degrees, and it stays on the drain. Is this a timer issue?

Dale for Model Number WDSR2080D2CC


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My washer will fill, agitate , drain but not spin. I had a tech tell me it was the timer. Can you confirm this for me?

Mike for Model Number GE WCSR2080B2WW


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I ordered the replacement timer formy washer. Your video is great but mt timer doesn't look like that. But I did manage to follow through except removing the control knob. The manufacturing instructions say just pull out but it won;t come off. The timer is loose except still attached to timer knob on front panel . help please

Lavenia Cole for Model Number WCSR2080B2WW


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The machine will fill with water, but will not agitate or spin. What could be the problem?

Hvickieh for Model Number Frigidaire Model #FWX223L8S4


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A very loud humming noise comes from the timer's vacinity. The machine normally operates as intended but the humming is so annoying. Is my timer going bad?

William for Model Number wcsr2080b2cc


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The same question I have already asked 2 days ago. The washing machine will spin, fill to any level, and drain. It will not agitate. The lid saftey swith works when I put in spin cycle and raise the lid. Was told before that I most likely needed a new timer which is what I would have guessed also. Ordered a new timer and still doing exactly the same thing. The last responce told me I needed a new agitator coupling. I am a little confused because if the coupling was bad I would be able to turn the agitator by hand but with all my might I cannot turn it. Also if the cycle was in the agitate mode would not the motor at least be running even with a stripped out coupling and at the same time the timer would be advancing? If I rotate the motor pulley the agitator will turn the same direction (spin Cycle), if I rotate the pulley the opposite direction the agitator will start one direction and then reverse directions (agitate cycle). I believe the transmission must be good or this would happen. I believe the coupling must be good or I would be able to spin it by hand. Why, after the machine fills with water, it will not agitate, why does the timer stop and go no further in the cycle. Can the motor be bad. I thought that a reversing motor should work no matter which way the current is fed to it. Is it possible that the motor could be bad going in one of two directions? What else is in the loop electricly that could stop the timer and not allow the machine to agitate if the motor is still good? Thanks for your responce, it's a puzzle to me.

Benny for Model Number GE WJSR2070B2WW


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