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?
Answer Gary, First, disconnect the wire harness from the timer 3951702, check the brass contact terminals on the timer to see if any of them are bent twisted or loose. Check the insertion end of the harness/timer connector block for the same. Then check the lid switch 3949247 for proper mounting and operation, also check the lid hinges and bushings for excessive wear or damage. Then check the water level switch and tube W10337780 to make sure there aren't any clogs and that switch resets to the empty position.
Washer is overflowing.
Answer Hello Terry. If you can stop the water from entering the machine by turning off the timer or unplugging the unit, you will need to look for a bad pressure hose or replace the pressure switch. If the only way to shut off the water is at the shut off for the water hoses, you will need to replace the water valve in the unit.
I have replaced the lid switch, lid strike, water inlet valve, and the timer washer still gets to the rinse cycle and stop. Please help!
Answer Hello Cynthia. You need to check and see if the cold water valve is powered during the rinse cycle. If there is no power, you will need to check the temp switch on the unit. Usually most washers only rinse in cold water, so if it spins out, but does not fill to continue, it is usually a valve, temp switch, or timer issue. Also, check the wiring harness on the unit.