The washer will start but after a few minutes it will turn off. It never gets to the rinse or spin cycles. We replaced the timer but that didn't seem to help.
Would it be easier to replace either of the control boards or do some further testing.
Answer Ann Marie, Further testing or checking, should be done. First, check and clean or replace the debris screens in the fill hoses and fill valve inlets. Improper fill can affect the operation and stop the washer during the cycle. Check the water level switch 22002921 circuits, and disconnect the air tube from the switch and blow in the end of the hose, this usually clears any debris in the tube. Then check the main relay on the control board to see if it is "dropping out" of the circuit.