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    • Part Number: AP3020314
    • MFG Part Number: 3951702
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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This is a follow up to my earlier question, your answer was you need to align it with the proper cycle rotation, but that is actually my question how do you know the proper cycle, that little cut out can be moved so how do you know it is in the correct spot?

Joann for Model Number whirpool wahser

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We put on a new timer but we can't align it with the correct cycles, how do you get them to align properly?

Joann for Model Number Whirpool washer

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Replaced timer and still have same problem cycle will not advance. I do not hear the timer ticking.

Joann for Model Number Whirlpool washer LSO9200L02

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The washing machine was filling with water with the lid up (large load setting). The sound of the solenoid changed & water quit entering the washer tub. About 10 seconds later the machine went silent. There was a burnt electrical smell and the machine had no function as if the power well cut. The next morning the machine ran again. I have opened up the washer and cannot see or smell any burnt parts. Thanks!

Murpher for Model Number WHIRLPOOL LSQ8511KQ0

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I ordered a dryer and washer timer. The washer timer gets stuck in cycles. Now, I have put 2 timers in my washer and it still stops on some of the cycles when it pauses. Other than the timer, what may be causing this issue?

Gary for Model Number LSQ8511KQ0

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I have a Maytag Centennial Washer and it wont run through its cycles automatically. Is the control board hosed and if so do you know the part number?

Joe for Model Number Maytag Centennial Washer

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Washer is overflowing.

Terry for Model Number 355369

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I ordered the new timer from you folks, and we put it into the washer today, but it seems like it is off with the settings alittle. How can we get it back right with the settings? Thank you

Shirley for Model Number LSQ9544KQO

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I have a whirlpool washer. When it comes to pause, it stops and does not move on to cool down. I can hear it kinda like a ticking sound. I have to move to other cycles to rinse and spin. It does okay with the other cycles as long as I move it. What would cause this problem? Thank you

Sherlock for Model Number LSQ9544LQO

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My washer catches the water, washes, comes to the end of cycle and does not spin. I can hear the clock ticking, it goes to the next cycle, washes again , then repeats the above process. At the end the machine still has all the water it collected first. Can you help ? Thanks

Maxout for Model Number Maytag PAV3300AWW

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