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    • Part Number: AP3605418
    • MFG Part Number: 285938
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Whirlpool washer continually runs in every cycle without shutting off. Also water is leaking under machine during use. Could the water leak be from the washer continually running?

Micky for Model Number Lsv6233awo.

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I ordered a new timer from AppliancePartsPros. But the screws that attach the new timer to the washer panel definitely do not fit. The problem is that the screw-holes on the new timer have no threads to accommodate screws. The holes are just smooth smooth metal inside. I tried to force a screw into a hole and all I managed to do was shear the threads off the end of the screw. So it is not possible to attach the new timer. So, where do I get a timer model with screw threads? Here is a picture of the problem- https://app.box.com/shared/static/qpto7fxku16bqov1pl31.jpg

David R. for Model Number Whirlpool Thin Twin, model LTE6234AN1

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On the replacement part called timer (P/N AP36095418) does it come with a shaft to attached, to fit to the timer knob P/N ap3018866 and the knob and Dial kit P/N AP3956258. I need to know this before I order the parts because my shaft is broken Thank you Edward

Edward P for Model Number LSR6233BW1 / S/N CE0201643

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When set on the heavy cycle it does not complete the cycle it gets to 1 spot and stops before the spin and rinse. I can re set the timer to permanent press and it will empty the water refill and spin out and turn off. My repair man replaced the clutch but it is still the same. My know it all husband says its the timer. Can you help me?

Lynn N. for Model Number whirlpool model# LSR5233AND

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Hi, I received a timer from you yesterday. I forgot how to put the control knob back. Can you show me from video how?

George for Model Number top load whirlpool washing machine

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I have a Maytag Centennial washer, when you start on any of the cycles it starts to agitate while it is filling, I am guessing the timer has gone bad, help, thanks

Chasbone for Model Number MVWC6ESWW1

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It smells like something is hot and burning. I think it is the timer. It's hummed before, occasionally and if I moved the dial a little bit it would stop. So far, it's been acting fine. Today, it smells hot. Not using it until someone can look at it. But I like to be "informed" before I call a repairman.

Susan for Model Number WHIRPOOL WASHER L809200

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Water wont shut off, flooding my bathroom and continues to fill even when un plugged or shut off. No matter what cycle I have it set on?

Nichole

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In reg cycle only it will not drain the water or spin on the final rinse. Works fine in the other cycles.

Craig for Model Number lsr5233ano

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Hi, Whirlpool Washer mdl # LST7233AQ0. Washer will not drain in regular cycle, but drains fine in permanent press and gentle cycles. Timer indexes fine through all cycles, but does not start the pump in the regular cycle. It just sits idle for the 2 minute drain cycle, and then goes directly to spin (with a full tub of water). It spins fine. There is only a problem with the stationary drain period in the "regular wash" cycle. Thank you

Brian

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