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Timer

Part Number: AP3018613
MFG Part Number: 3946448
Made by: Whirlpool
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Please Note Mounting holes must be tapped using old screws. If the old screws are damaged beyond use order part number 3400064

Genuine Whirlpool part. Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others. See all items in Washer Control Board.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 3946448 (AP3018613) replaces 2062, 3361178, AH350125, EA350125, J27-925, PS350125.

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I ordered and replaced my timer, clutch and lid switch for the same problems others have described but it seems my problem still persist. My washer will agitate during all the 8 cycles but will not rinse or spin. Also with my Extra Rinse function turned off, I am able to activate it with the timer dail. I think I have a deffective timer. Please help!

Johnny for Model Number LST8244BQ0

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My washer is not going through a complete cycle, it stops when it gets to the spin portion and does not spin or drain. It does this in the regular wash settings but it works fine in the permanent press and delicate setting. If I use regular wash setting I can only get machine to spin/drain by moving knob to spin setting on permanent press or delicate cycle. I can hear the timer ticking and it seems to advance but no spin/drain. Also on any of the cycles the machine will fill when you pull knob out but will not start agitating until timer reaches the 6 minute even if you choose 15, 12 or 9 minutes. Is this a timer issue or could it be the lid switch since it works in some cycles?? Thanks.

Scott for Model Number LSC8244BQO

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I am buying a new timer (part number AP3018613). Must I also buy a new white timer knob?

Janice P. for Model Number LSC8244BQ1 white

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The knob on the face of the panel that controls wash cycles has been gone for years. Lately it won't drain and go to the rinse cycle. The only way to drain the washer is to use a vise grip and pull on the threaded bolt that used to hold the Knob to controll start and stop, and continue to pull on it till it drains. Do I also need to purchase the knob and or any other part that connects to this timer part number 3361178C?

Charles H. for Model Number Can't find model #, Part number is 3361178C

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It won't drain and spin on most cycles anymore. Used to, but now I have just one that I can go to for drain/spin. Is it the timer?

Cat for Model Number TAWS700BQ0

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Washer stops between cycles. Must manually move the dial to get next cycle. Thanks!

Ron for Model Number lsc8244bq0

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