My washer will run through all the cylces but will not drain. The lid switch seams to work cause while spinning and i open the lid it stops. Replaced the pump and checked all the hoses for clogs. Wondering if the timer?
Answer Hello Rick. No, the pump attaches to the motor, so if the motor is turning, so is the pump. It has to be clogged or the pump is stripped out if the unit is spinning. If the unit agitates during the spin, then it could be the timer or the motor that is bad.
Our washer will fiil, agitate,then stops and will not drain and spin. We have done the continuity check with the multi meter, and it checks out okay. How do I check to determine if it might be the timer switch??
Answer Rambo, Are you sure you checked the lid switch circuits and wiring back to the timer, and the plastic actuator on the washer lid 358684 and made sure the lid switch assembly 3949247 is properly mounted and secured to the top of the washer ? If so, then you'll need to unplug the power cord, set the timer to the final spin / drain and pull out the knob. and check for the appropriate "closed" contacts (filled in black area of timer cycle chart). ie: You'd need to check for a "closed" Circuit between the gray and black wires from the lid switch at the timer block terminal.
Is there a how-to video or instructions on how to replace the timer on model number LSR8433KQ0? I just ordered a timer and want to be sure how to replace it.
Answer Hello Erik! Unfortunately, we do not have a how-to video on the timer 3948852. Remove the timer dial and timer knob. On your model you will either have screws on each side of the panel or clips on the bottom of the panel beneath the panel and on top of the cabinet you will release. Unscrew the screw holding the timer in place on the console. Once the screws are removed/clips are released lift the console back. Remove wiring. You will then install in reverse order. Hope this helps!