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    • Part Number: AP3175691
    • MFG Part Number: 3955728
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Washing machine perfect until today: 1.Will only do heavy agitate regardless of setting 2.Will not do final spin out unless I turn the dial around again and reset on spin, then it will spin out.

Harvey for Model Number Kenmore Series 70 110 22070100

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My washer works until the spin cycle.

Gene for Model Number washer gst9675j

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Washing machine fills with water and begins washing, agitator does its thing. Stops at the end of this cycle and does nothing else. Manually moving the timer through the cycles yields no activity, except the wash cycles where the agitator moves back and forth. Can't get it to drain or spin.

Bryan for Model Number Lxr6232EQo

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At times the cycle control know does not initiate washer action. The tub fills with water only. If I move the dial to another cycle sometimes it will start up. On one occasion I dropped the lid and it immediately started. Ii call this the "Pa Kettle" response. It doesn't always work.

Gail for Model Number LSQ9010PW3

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After I replaced the lid switch you said if it is stopping and there is a humming noise then the motor might be bad. When it stops the only noise I hear is coming from the control dial on top. Is this what you mean?

Jim for Model Number LSR8233JQO

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I just replaced the lid switch but in the spin cycle it still is stopping and starting.

Jim for Model Number LSR8233JQO

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Machine is completely dead in all cycles. It Will not start. There is power to the AC outlet. Is there an in-line fuse? Or is the control board bad?

Don for Model Number RAS5133EQ0

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Washer is completely dead. No function whatsoever as though there is no electricity to the machine, in all settings. There is power to the timer switch which was verified with a voltmeter. I replaced the timer with a new unit to no avail, still dead. I can find no burned wires on the harness. I bypassed the lid switch, which has power, but this did nothing. I appreciate you expertise in diagnosis this as this is the best washing machine I have every owned. Thank you.

Robert M for Model Number 110.20952992

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My washing machine stopped filling with water and will not fill with water at all. I pumped all the water out on the rinse cycle. But it will not allow any water, hot or cold to enter the the washer. It goes through the cycle normally, but will not fill with water. I was told that it could be the ATC board. I ordered an ATC board and installed but still had the same result, no water. I tested the water solenoids and they are ok but are not actuated on by the timer. How do I figure out what the cause of this problem is? I dont think it is the water level switch. Thank you

Zach P for Model Number 110.24952301

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Cold water for all cycles runs only at a trickle most of the time with Temp Control or non-Temp Control settings. Hot/Cold valve was removed and checked and is fine. It worked OK for one wash after reinstall and now flows at a trickle. I reversed hot/cold wires and the hot is at a trickle. Since it is not the hot/cold water valve, what might be other items to check?

Old with No Cold for Model Number 11092490120

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