Will not advance through on any of the cycles. I have to manually turn it one click at a time to start the next part. Each selection works just fine but will not advance to the next. I have replace the timer and the door sensor with new parts but now I'm lost as to what to do next. Any help?
With the timer and the lock being replaced already, the only other thing that could cause this issue would be something in the wiring. You will want to check all your wiring and connections. Make sure that there are no loose, corroded or broken connections. Check to make sure that there is no broken or damaged wire.
Can I replace this part through the front control panel or do I need to remove the top of the washer. The dryer is on top and I don't want to take it off if its not necessary. Thanks, Bob
Answer Hello Bob. Must go through the top to remove the timer 134014700. Disconnect the power. Remove the main top, timer knob, and bezel. Remove the two screws securing the timer to the mounting plate. Pull the timer back and disconnect the plugs. Install new timer.
The door will lock, fill with water. Will not wash or spin, drains fine. The odd thing is that the timer will move very fast?
Answer Hello Bob. Test for power coming to the motor assembly. If there is no power there, during the wash or spin cycle, you will need to replace the timer 134014700 on the unit. Hope this helps.
Starting of all cycles no water come in till it gets to the light wash part of the whites cycle
Answer Hello David. Test for power to the dispenser 131974700 when the unit should fill. If there is power there, but no water, replace the dispenser valve assembly. You can test this with a multi-meter TJMA-DMT3. Here is a link on how to use a multi-meter. Hope this helps. http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/oven-repair-including-ranges-cooktops/4810-how-check-continuity-ohmmeter.html
Frigidaire front load washer. Broke a shock and replaced that. Pump runs free and clear.Washer works good on every cycle, but have to advance timer by hand. Replaced timer ,as it was suggested on other page but have same result. Control board fuse is not blown. Is there any other sensor that would cause this? Any more ideas? Thanks.
Answer Hi Lebert. Due to interference from a older timer with dirty contacts it will induce electrical interference noise into the speed controller and stall it which stalls the timer until manually advancing the timer yourself. The new speed control comes with a jumper harness that stops ll the noise and stop the issue altogether. The speed control part # is 134149220. Thank you.