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    • Part Number: AP4026232
    • MFG Part Number: 22001252
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My timer doesn't work in fill mode, but on spin it does. Is the timer needing to be replaced?

Bruce

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Unit fills and empties on normal cycle but does not wash on normal cycles but works on delicate cycle Would this be a timer issue?

Johnm for Model Number LAT8714AAE

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My washer will work, but the cycles sometimes do not run. When I reset the cycle, it will run, but then stops. If I pull oin the timer control knob, the washer will work, but stops if I let go. I think it is the timer. Does that sound right?

Mike for Model Number LAT5914AAE

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I am still trying to find the motor for my maytag washer on your site, and can't get it to show up when I search under that model for motor. It lists several other parts, but not the actual motor. Could you please direct me to the part number so I can order it? LAT9704AAE model.

Ann for Model Number LAT9704AAE

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http://www.appliancepartspros.com/answers-for-whirlpool-timer-22001252-ap4026232-question-112634.html Can you give me the part number for the motor so I can order it. I am unable to find it by using the search. When I type motor it give me a list of parts like the motor mount, exte, sheild, etc, but not the motor itself. I have spent 20 minutes trying to find it on your site using search and I give up.

Ann for Model Number LAT9704AAE

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http://www.appliancepartspros.com/answers-for-whirlpool-timer-22001252-ap4026232-question-112604.html I was finally able to get the washer tipped back enough to see the bottom and found the large pulley. I can turn the pulley with the belt on or off in either direction. I *think* the tub is turning, as it feels and sounds like something more is moving than just the wheel, but it is impossible for me to turn the pulley under the washer and look into the lid at the top of the machine at the same time Is there any way for me to tell if it is the drive belt that is worn out/too loose or if it is the motor before I order the part(s)?

Ann for Model Number LAT9704AAE

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How do I turn the large pulley by hand, and where is that exactly? Do I have to take anything apart to do this?

Ann for Model Number LAT9704AAE

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In regards to my previous question, I received the replacement timer and was able to install it without difficulty. However, now it just hums on ALL of the spin cycles without actually spinning the drum, whereas prior to installing the new timer, it only hummed on the delicate cycle spin, but was silent on all of the other spin cycles. Did I miss something in the installation process, or is there another bad part? thank you for your help & here is a link to my initial question prior to ordering the timer on Monday. http://www.appliancepartspros.com/answers-for-whirlpool-timer-22001252-ap4026232-question-112325.html

Ann for Model Number LAT9704AAE

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Is this the correct part for the LAT9704AAE Maytag washer replacement timer? Part Number: AP4026232 MFG Part Number: 22001252 Made by: Whirlpool

Ann for Model Number LAT9704AAE

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I have a 1995 Maytag washer that stopped spinning out on all of the cycles except for delicate. I put off ordering a timer while the delicate cycle still worked for the last 4 months or so. Last night, the delicate cycle stopped working as well. The machine would fill on all of the other cycles, and proceed through (timer advanced) the cycle until finished, but would do nothing while in the spin section of each cycle (timer still advanced, but other than an occasional click, I'm assuming whenever the machine was going to do something different, and at the end when the spin cycle is shutting down). Last night, the machine filled and agitated without any trouble, but the machine was still full at the end of the delicate cycle and the dial had already moved past the spin cycle to the end. This morning, I syphoned out the water and then tried one more time to see if the spin would work. Instead of silence when I tried it last night on the delicate spin cycle, I heard a loud humming noise, as if perhaps the motor was trying to run, but nothing inside the machine was moving. It only made this noise on the delicate cycle spin section, as I tried each of the other cycles as well, but only had silence and no movement in the machine on those cycles. I had assumed that the timer had gone bad and needed to be replaced, but now with the loud humming, I am wondering if the motor is also going out, or if there are some additional parts I also need to check before ordering the timer and motor. Can you help me narrow down the problem parts and figure out which ones need to be tested and/or replaced? Thank you so much for your help!

Ann for Model Number LAT 9704 AAE

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