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    • Part Number: AP3131136
    • MFG Part Number: 661649
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My timer starts out ok, but in the middle of the wash cycle it stops advancing, and washer keeps doing ( such as washing ) and won't advance, till I do it manually.

George G. for Model Number kenmore 81375800

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I have to spin the dial a few times to complete cycle. Could this be a timer issue?

Gabe

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I have a washer that will wash clothes properly with the exception of the spin cycle. It will not do the spin cycle unless I manually spin the knob back to the spin cycle. Once I manually put it to the spin cycle it works fine for the rest of the wash. Could this be a timer issue?

Tim for Model Number 11023822100

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I have a Kenmore 80 that will fill with water, but will not wash or move. When it is on all it does is makes a buzzing noise. Is this a timer issue?

Al for Model Number 110.23832100

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I have a Kenmore series 80: 110.23832100 washer that fills with water, then agitates until it gets to the rinse cycle then it stops. The agitator turns on all rinse cycles if you manually operate the timer to those positions. You can manually move the timer to the spin cycles & nothing happens (agitator will not run). Do you think this could be a timer problem?

Charles B. for Model Number 110.23832100

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The washer does nothing when you turn it on. It won't even start to fill. It will fill and agitate and spin on rinse cycle. It does this on all three cleaning cycles. Could this be a timer issue?

Tim for Model Number kenmore 70 series mfg. 7-01

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The washer will step through the entire cycle, but it will not drain or rinse, (seems to stay stuck in agitate mode), unless we manually stop the cycle at the right time by pushing in the main cycle select knob and then pull it out to restart. It then proceeds correctly. If we let it go, it will finish with sudsy water in the tub. Tried it on a couple of the settings (Ultra Clean, Perm Press) with same results. So, bottom line is that the washer can operate in all modes (fill aagitate, drain rinse fill, spin, etc.) but not automatically as expected. Already replaced the lid switch (just to be sure). Is this a timer or control board issue? Thanks.

Alex for Model Number Kenmore 110.23832100 Top Load Washer (Series 80)

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Washer fills and will start the cycle, but the knob will not turn, it just keeps washing without moving from cycle to cycle. The knob just spins when I turn it left to right. If I push in the knob, I can change the cycle, then I have to set a timer to go and move to next cycle. Timer bad?

Jayne for Model Number 110.23832100

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I asked a question on 1/18/11 and a bad timer #3131136 was said to be the problem. AP3131136 turned out to be the wrong timer which we are returning today for the proper one which has 2 harnesses. How do I know what position the knob go's in? And how does the knob come off. I'm asking this now so I'm not in trouble tomorrow. Do's the shaft of the timer have a flat spot or something?

Vcoldduck for Model Number 11023812100

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Waser spins but doesn't pump out then I set to spin again and it empty out then shoots in about 2 qt of water.

Vcoldduck for Model Number 11023812100

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