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    • Part Number: AP3738284
    • MFG Part Number: 8557301
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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The washer goes through it's cycle but does not always spin.At times it works.Other times the timer just ticks.Do you think the problem is the timer? Thank you Joe

Joe for Model Number LSQ9549PW2

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when the washer gets to rince cycle stops and dont do nothing i have to move the timer

Carlos for Model Number lsq9200pq4

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My washer dont do the cycles. It just waste water.

Carlos for Model Number LSQ9200PQ4

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My whirlpool washer when its time to go into the rinse cycle the water goes into the tub for a few seconds then stops abruptly and then it does this again and again.

Rob for Model Number LSW9750PW2

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My timer knob pulls off the timer VERY easily. Do I need a new timer or a new knob? I can't see anything broken off the timer input shaft.

Jim for Model Number LSQ9549PW0

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My Washer will fill with water, but it will not agitate, will not spin, and it will not pump out the water. Is this in all probability the timer?

Barbara for Model Number LSB6200PQ0

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My washer won't switch to the next cycle on its own. I have to switch it manually. Could this be caused by a bad timer?

Mike I. for Model Number whirlpool LSN 1000PQ1

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