IT DOESN'T SEEM TO CATCH ON THE CYCLE IT MARKS. YOU KINDA HAVE TO ROTATE THE KNOB UNTIL IT CATCH CYCLE AND START WORKING. CAN THAT BE THE DIAL OR TIMER.
Answer Francisco, You will need to remove the timer dial and check the backside of the timerknob, and check the retainer clips and timer knob shaft for distortion and damage. You'll need to use a putty knife and insert it between the washer top and the bottom of the end caps to release the clips, swing the control panel up and over to access the inside components, and use a small, flat blade screwdriver to pry out on the "D" shaped shaft in the back of the timer, and pull the timer knob off the front portion of the timer shaft. If the retainer clips holding the knob onto the shaft are not twisted bent or damaged, and the internal portion of the timer shaft is not damaged, then you'll need a timer. Thanks