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    • Part Number: AP5184476
    • MFG Part Number: 137394200
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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The door lock light illuminates, and the door is indeed locked. The washer fills but the timer will not advance. If I manually advance the timer one click at a time, with a substantial observation period for each click advanced, it will fill and drain, but never agitate or spin. I replaced a broken shock with a new pair of shocks, and I replaced the door lock assembly. This did not fix the problem and I'm wondering if the timer assembly is possibly bad?

Mike O for Model Number FWT647GHS0

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Canadian Kenmore front load washer. Model # 970-C42062-00 The timer has a part number 131854200G on it. What is the replacment part number for this timer? I cannot find it anywhere. Thank you.

Ian for Model Number 970-c42062-00

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I have a Frigidaire front loader model FWT645RHs0 that does not spin or agitate. The shocks and one suspension spring had broke which I replaced. When I plugged it back in it will fill with water but not agitate the tub or spin. There is a slight hum but nothing happens. The timer knob does not advance. If I rotate the control knob to a point where the drain pump turns on it will drain but the pump does not seem to turn off. Investigation: I found what looked like the ground wire for the motor off. (Connects to the bracket rather than being part of the bundle going in the motor.) I reconnected the wire but no change in behavior. The voltage on the 5 & 6 pins on the 6 pin plug are good. The voltage between the 5 pin of the 6 pin plug and the 2, 6 & 10 pins on the 10 pin plug are good. The voltage between the 5 pin of the 6 pin plug and the 1 pin on the 10 pin plug should be 0 but is 30. Is the time bad? How do I check? What are the other things I should check?

Wnc_riverrat for Model Number FWT645RHS0

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Washer fills with water and drains but will not agitate on wash cycle or on spin cycle. Also the timer runs through the wash cycle in 3 or four minutes. What could the problem be?

Bert for Model Number GLTF1040AS0

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My frigidare front load washer on any wash cycle will start to run and wash clothes during after the rinse and drain it seems to stop and just hum if i advance the timer a little bit it than continues with spin cycle. I believe it to be the timer what do you think. No other problems

Mark O for Model Number GLTF!)$)ASO

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The timer in the washer is a 131802100E, does 137394200 replace it?

Ron

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The timer keeps on moving clicks, but dose not stop for any cycle to start, then light comes on.

Bill F for Model Number 41744102301

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Washer has power and water. Does not come on at all. Only the door lock light comes on when I put it into a wash mode.

Darl for Model Number 41744102301

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Washer drains about half the water and quits - right when it would normally begin the spin cycle. Timer doesn't advance. I can not continue draining or start the spin cycle by manually advancing the timer. Frigidaire Front load Washer Model FWT647GH S

Dan for Model Number Frigidaire Front Load Washer Model FWT647GH S

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Our Frigidaire front load washer sometimes keeps on going on the pump cycle until we manually turn the knob to the spin cycle. And other times it stops in the middle of the wash cycle until we turn the knob again. Do you think we need to replace the timer? After we turn the knob the washer washer usually complete the cycle until done.

Erna for Model Number AP5184476

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