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    • Part Number: AP3020314
    • MFG Part Number: 3951702
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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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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My Whirlpool washer fills with water, agitates the clothes, stops (doesn't drain) then continues to fill again causing the tub to over flow. If I stop it, move the dial to drain, it will drain the tub and spin. I have no idea what is wrong and have not been able to find the problem. It seems to work all except that first inital drain.

Mike

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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!

Cynthia for Model Number LSR8133HQO

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The machine filled and operated on the heavy wash cycle agitating until the time got to "6". It stopped. when I move the timer forward nothing happens til I get it to another agitate function. I restarted the full washer on the next wash function (don't remember what it is) It operated agitating to some point and stops. It does not move forward after that. I cannot find a place where it will pump. Sometimes I hear the timer ticking but not usually as I have redone the process. Is this a bad timer? thanks

Dave for Model Number sm8280867

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I have been trying to replace a Whirlpool Washer Timer part# 3951702E for my mom. Have not been able to find the exact number anywhere. Find plenty without the letter at the end. My question is are they one in the same. Does a 3951702 work in place of a 3951702E or 3951702G. They certainly look identicle but don`t want to purchase they wrong part. Please advise. Thanks Bill

Bill for Model Number could not find it anywhere, do have part number though

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