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    • Part Number: AP3855066
    • MFG Part Number: 8572976
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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I have tested the lid switch and it works. I have checked all of the parts under the machine. I believe it is the timer. It goes through the cycles but does not spin. How do you confirm it is the timer?

Michael for Model Number rtw4340sqo roper

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The washer filled up and started to wash then just cut off. Tried to move the knob to get it to drain and it sounded like it wanted to start then just faded and wont respond to anything now. Is this a timer issue? Really need to get it figured out machine is still full of water. Thanks for your help in advance

Stephanie for Model Number Roper washer

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Washer fills and washes for a few minutes then stops it has been starting so far again for a few loads then stops again. Will not do anything at all. fills

Brian

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My washer fills with water at the start of the cycle and starts agitating. It will continue to agitate without advancing through the cycle. The washer agitated for over 1 hour without the timer moving and I had to manually stop it at that point. Is this a timer issue? This problem occurs on both the gentle and normal cycle.

John for Model Number RTW4340SQ0

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Machine fills with water but does not through the cycles.

Willard for Model Number RTW4340SQO

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Washer starts washing. You lift lid up,washer stop. Close lid washer does not start up again, only a low buzzing sound from the timer can be heard.

Francis for Model Number 110.26432503

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Machine fills with water but does not advance through the cycles.

Stan for Model Number WTW5100VQ2

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Installed new timer part # 8572976 on my roper washer, machine spun out old water and started to complete a full wash cycle, machine stopped working, manually set timer back to rinse, tub started to fill and got to full level and would not work any more after that, tried all cycles

Eugene for Model Number 8572976

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In response to: First, allow the washer to fill and wash on a short small cycle, make sure the washer drains and spins, then stops and fill. -When you say 'make sure the washer drains and spins', don't you think I wish I could make that happen ? I just did a small load as you suggested. The cycles on the dial read SHORT / RINSE / SPIN. The dial & cycle stopped at about 1/4 before the word Rinse. Now the clothes are sitting in a tub of soapy water. I have a dot marked on the dial where everytime it has stopped, and this is the only time it stopped before the word rinse. The others were between Rinse and Spin.

J.g. for Model Number Kenmore Washer 400 model #11028432700

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how can i test for a faulty water level switch or air tube?

Jg for Model Number Kenmore Washer 400 model #11028432700

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