When I start the wash the washer only spins and not agitate. It will go through the entire cycle except for the agitating part.
Answer Hello Joann. Check and see if the brake assembly is broken and does not hold the inner basket from spinning on the unit. We will need your model number to help you with this. Please post your model number with a new question on the parts page. Thank you. http://www.appliancepartspros.com/modelnumber_locator.aspx
My timer pauses intermittenly, and then starts again. This happens numerous times during the wash cycle. I have a feeling it is the timer that is going bad. The question that I have is how do I remove the timer knob? All other knobs have a key-way and are pull off push on.
Answer Bob, Here's some help : First unplug the power cord and slide the washer away from the wall . "NOTE: When reference is made to directions (right or left) in this manual, it is from operator’s position facing front of washer.
NOTE: To avoid damaging or scratching the surface a soft cloth should be placed over the top of the unit. Control Hood Assembly
1. Remove screws securing control hood assembly to control hood rear panel. 2. Rotate hood assembly forward.3. Remove bottom of control hood from clips located on cabinet top. 4. Disconnect wires from components and carefully remove components from control hood assembly. Timer 1. Loosen control hood assembly, see “Control Hood Assembly” procedure steps 1 and 2. 2. Remove timer knob from timer shaft by pulling black plastic tab located on the back of timer outward to release knob, then remove timer knob skirt. NOTE: Slide a soft cloth under the knob skirt, wrapping the entire skirt and pull gently away from the control panel. 3. Remove screws securing timer to control hood mounting plate. 4. Disconnect wire harness terminal plug from timer by lifting locking tab and pulling terminal plug away from
timer. 5. Lift plastic tab marked 1 located above securing screw and sliding timer to the side releasing tabs securing timer to control hood mounting plate. 6. Reverse procedure to reassemble. NOTE: To avoid an open circuit, DO NOT pull on terminal block wires when removing blocks from timer as this could damage wires or terminal crimping. Good Luck and Thanks