My washing washer doesn't complete it's cycle, If I slame the lid it does.
Answer Hello Larry, It sounds like you have a bad lid switch. This part should take care of your problem. Thanks.
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I just replaced the the lid switch and when I select a wash cycle nothing happens, but if i turn it to rinse or spin it works. It just doesn't want to start from the beginning of any selected cycle.
Answer J Ray, The place to start is the water temperature switch 8577786, and check the wiring harness routed between the temperature switch and the delay control timer 8576472, mounted on the back of the regular timer. If the printed circuit board inside the temperature swith has a failure, it can disrupt the timer sequence, as well as not allow the washer to fill and agitate in the wash cycle.
I change the lid switch and it will not spin at all just hums...I check out the pump and all the hoses. the pump moves freely can it be the clutch? can you tell me if this model number for a Inglis whirlpool ITW4300SQA for extra large load and heavy duty wash machine?
Answer Barbara, Yes the ITW4300SQ model number is an "Inglis" heavy duty extra large capacity washing machine produced by Whirlpool Corp. You are probably located in Canada, that's where the majority of this brand washer is located and sold. If the washer will not spin/drain and only hums, the likelihood of a faulty clutch is very low. If the washer will fill and agitate, it's most likely a fault in the timer W10199989 if the washer neither agitates or spin/drain, and only hums then it's more likely a motor 661600 issue.
My whirlpool washer stops towards the middle-end of the rinse cycle. It is full of water (will not drain) or advance to the spin cycle even if I manually change it. Is this the lid switch?
Answer Emilia, Yes, it could be the lid switch 8318084 at fault. The lid switch has to produce a "closed" circuit to the timer in order to reverse the motor direction and drain and spin the basket. The lid switch is a good place to start.