Machine fills and washes, but when timer advances to the point where it should pump out and spin for the first rinse, the timer makes a loud humming sound and the pump will not pump out water and spinning, if any, is ineffective, leaving tub full of water. Is this a problem with the timer or some other part?
Answer Hi Dan. If you can physically hear the timer making the humming noise then internally the contacts or the motor has a issue. This part # is 22002786. You can also remove the control panel back cover and see if the resistors on the main control board are open or burnt. Control panel part # 22002989. You can remove the door and lay the hinge receiver screws and holders aside for ease of installation. Then remove the 2- inner door screws that hold the front panel tight. Once these are removed, then slightly twist the top of the inner panel out and lift the panel off the lower frame clips. This will gain access to the pump and the main control board. Make sure the pump and all hoses are clear. Pump part # 22003059. If theses are clear, then lift the cover off the motor control board on the rt. side. Inspect to see if the transistors (3-of them) are intact or blown. There is a molded glass fuse at the top front of the board you can inspect w/ a flashlight also. Motor control board part # 12002039. Thank You.
Which part "9" for SN# 40349900WM ? Timer does not advance in "regular cycle".
Answer Hello! For the given model and serial number you will use timer part number 22002867. Thanks.