How to remove cam from timer?
The cam is not designed to be removed from the timer. As far as I know, there are no instructions for this because it is not a normal procedure.
IN THE PAST 2 MONTHS I HAVE BURNED UP TO PUMPOUT SOLONOIDS (THE ORIGINAL AND ONE NEW ONE. I DO NOT THINK THE TIMER ADVANCED AT ALL. IS IT POSIBLE THAT THE TIMER HAS A TEMPORARY DEAD SPOT. I HAVE REMOVED THE TIMER AND APPLIED POWER, IT RUNS FINE OUT OF THE DISHWASHER.
Answer Archie, The timer advancing isn't really the issue. If your drain solenoid is burning up, thats going to be due to a wiring issue(pinched or shorted wire), timer contact issue, supplying power to the solenoid, or the wrong solenoid is installed. If you installed WD21X802 then go with the timer WD21X10155 as long as the wiring checks OK. Good Luck and Thanks
Ordered new Timer. Installed new timer, have same problem. Washer fill's
with water,will not go-into wash cycle.
Answer John, Have you checked the wiring harness in the door to the motor, especially at the bottom of the door, The wires do have a tendency to separate in that area, from the opening and closing of the door. Thanks and Good Luck