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    • Part Number: AP3691045
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    • Made by: Whirlpool
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I know there are some issues with my timer, but I'm concerned there are other problems as well. Basically, washer fills and nothing else. The push/pull knob when pushed in, will not turn the cycle selector (stripped or something). However, I can push and pull (start/stop mechanism), and manipulate timer control to make a noise, but it just stops after 10 to 20 seconds. I can manually turn it, but can't get anything to happen other than water filling. When I get the timer to make the noise as if it's running, when I open and close the lid, it will stop the timer noise which leads me to believe the lid switch is functioning. I'm perplexed. Help me, please.

EYEMNO1 for Model Number WTW5300SQ0

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When I turn on the washer to start to fill it will on come on. Then all of a sudden it will start to fill and then stop and restart. I have already replaced the time. I think it might be the water fill switch?

Larry for Model Number wtw5300sqo

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I broke the knob on my timer and had one from an old washer to replace it and in the process of switching them a spring fell out and I need to know where it goes?

Israel for Model Number whirlpool modell# LSR7300PQ2

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The washing machine does not fill after spin for the rinse cycle have to put it on wash again to get it to fill and rinse no matter what type of cycle I use. Your consideration in this matter would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

John S for Model Number RAS58333RQ4

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The washer will fill, then agatate but won't pump the water out or spin dry after the wash cycle. The timer will keep going through the cycle, although making a clicking sound, then agatate again in the rinse cycle (with wash water) and then pump the water out and spin. This is a intermittent problem only on the "Normal" cycle. It does not occur during the "Quick or Permanent Press" cycles. I have not had a chance to put a tester (voltage) on it when the problem occurs. The motor is not humming.

Steve M for Model Number Roper Washer Model # RAS8333PQO

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Our washer will fill and wash as normal, but will not automatically go to rinse or, rather continues to wash. When we manually move the timer switch to rinse it will go to the rinse cycle and stay there until we manually move it to spin. We're assuming the switch itself needs to be replace. Would this be a safe place to start?

Lee for Model Number WTW5300SQO

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Last cycle wount spin water out completely. Please help!

Vic for Model Number lsb6000pq0

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The issue we've been having with the washer is it not always spinning.Sometimes it's fine and sometimes I have to stand there, jiggle the agitator, try another spin cycle and somehow it does start working. After the cycle is complete, I'll open the lid to find a heap of sopping wet clothes. Had my dad look at it, and he said the motor coupler is fine, but was wondering if this might be a timing issue instead?

Brenna Ryan for Model Number LSR7300PQ1

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I had asked a question before about my washer. I wanted to clarify my question. I cant get the motor to turn on. I have benchtested it and it checks out. I have replaced it with a new one and it still wont turn on. When i put the timer on spin i hear a hum from the area of the motor and no movement at all. No noise from the timer. Lid switch works and the noise stops when i open the lid. The pump is free spinning and not jammed. Motor coupler is good and i can rotate the transmission by hand and it makes the agitiater work in one direction and when i go the opposite it doesnt make the tub move at all. What else am i missing. You had mentioned earlier that it could be the timer but i think you thought the timer was buzzing which it is not. How do i test the timer and what else could it be? I dont see any pinched wires.

Dan for Model Number LSB6000PQ2

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My washer runs through the cycles but when it gets to the spin cycle it isn't emptying the water all the way out leaving the clothes soaked. The timer does go thru the entire cycle to the end but it's leaving the clothes soaked. Your thoughts? Roper Heavy Duty Super Capacity 8cycle 3 speed combinations Model RAS8333PQ0

Stu for Model Number RAS8333PQ0

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