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    • Part Number: AP4363978
    • MFG Part Number: W10175553
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My washer is not advancing thru the cycle. It was agitating forever so I manually advanced the dial and it did drain then I moved it to rinse then spin. So everything works if I move the dial. I am assuming the timer is bad.

Snerz for Model Number WTW5200SQ0

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My washer's cold water will not fill on any wash cycle, added cold water manually by pouring water in while on delicate cycle it would agitate but when it got to rinse cycle would not fill with cold water and so I did it manually then it wouldn't do anything and I turned it to normal cycle rinse with water still filled for load size which was small and it would continue. I also tried it in causal cycle and it would continue...is it the timer? Thanks

Jesscc for Model Number WTW5200VQ2

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My Kenmore 500 Series washer is not filling, it goes right to agitating no matter what cycle we put it on. We tried replacing the water level switch but the problem continues. Would the next likely part be the timer or is there something else we should be looking at?

Alex for Model Number 110.29522801

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When I turn the timer on in the spin cycle the motor hums and does not spin. During testing I verified 120V coming into unit but only getting 49V to capacitor and same coming out to the motor. Would this be a bad timer?

Jack for Model Number 11029522800

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After use machine went thru wash cycles then rinse water did not drain out but kept adding water till over flowed. Could this be a faulty timer switch? Thanks,

Hayworth for Model Number 10194450

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Whirlpool top loading washer clothes are wringing wet after final spin cycle. Only does this with heavier loads (small or large) such as 4 pair jeans, throw blankets, etc. One repair guy says its a bad timer. Says spin cycle should last at least 7 minutes, mine is running around 3 or 4 minutes. Another repair guy says it's a bad clutch assembly. Two totally different scenarios. What do you think?

Ljh

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Whirlpool washer does not fill, agitates right away.it fills water in extrarinse only. Spins and drains after extra rinse cycle. Other modes it does not fill with water, it only spins.

Xtera for Model Number WTW5200VQ

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A delay of 1 to 45 seconds after start is pushed until water valve solenoids are opened , regardless hot, warm, or cold.

Brad C for Model Number wtw5200vq2

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Once the timer has completed the cycle it refills and continues to wash another cycle. Is this a bad timer?

Jimmy for Model Number wtw5200vq2

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Washer is stopping mid cycle in the same spot. When I turn the knob a little further it continues and completes the wash. Would this part fix that problem?

Bert for Model Number WTW5200VQ2

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