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    • Part Number: AP2108034
    • MFG Part Number: 134014700
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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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?

Al B for Model Number GLTF1670ASO

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The compatibility checker states that this part (TIme Part # 134014700) is not compatible with my washer model #. This Timer Part # is the same as what is in my machine, except there is an "A" at the end of the number. Is the part compatible?

Cl for Model Number Model # GLTR1670AS0; SN XC31307089

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The washer starts fine but about halfway through the timer seems to stick and wont go any further. The water keeps running but the timer doesnt advance unless I do it manually. It will spin and drain when I put it on final spin.

Irish for Model Number gltf1670aso

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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

Bob for Model Number gltf1670as0

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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?

Bob for Model Number GLTF1670ASO

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Sorry to bother you again. I have some additional information. At the start of any cycle there is no voltage at the pins to the dispenser valves and no water flows into the drum , when the rinse cycle starts the soap dispenser sees 110VAC and the bleach/softener valve see 14VAC and then the water starts, looking at the diagram it seems there must be a problem with the timer is that assumption correct and do you have a replacement? Thanks Dave

David for Model Number gltf1670as0

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Starting of all cycles no water come in till it gets to the light wash part of the whites cycle Thanks

David J. for Model Number GLTF1670ASO

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My washer worked fine until my last load of wash. The washer started normally, filled with water and went into the wash cycle; however, it failed to go into the spin mode. The timer dial is not advancing when it hits the spin cycle. I manualy moved the dial to the final spin mode. The pumps come on and drain the water from the washer but the spin cycle never begins. I left the washer with the timer engaged in the final spin mode and left it 15 minutes, when I returned the pump was still attempting to drain water which was all drianed but the timer had not advanced and the spin cycle never started. Moving the dial by hand did not start the spin cycle. When I moved the dial to the end of the spin cycle the washer turned it's self off, any ideas. The washer was built in 2003. Thanks, Rick

Rickasoris for Model Number Frigidaire Gallery FLWSH GLTF1670AS0

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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.

Lebert for Model Number CRTF1240ASO

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My washer dial moves sometimes and other times it gets stuck in a certain wash cycles. I think I need to replace the timer part #AP2108034. This is for a front load frigidaire gallexy washer. Will this solve my problem of not cycling through the washing cycles?

Jim for Model Number GLTR1670ASO

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