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Timer

Part Number: AP3139004
MFG Part Number: 3946475
Made by: Whirlpool
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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 3946475 (AP3139004) replaces 3361642, 546898, AH350149, EA350149, PS350149.

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OK guys you said to replace the lid switch, I did, no fix. Then the actuator, ???, no fix. Now the washer only works on the timed wash zones, none of the rinse or spin zones unless cycled there by the wash zone.

Mike for Model Number 11092389200

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In the previous question, when the washer stops, it starts if I lift the lid and drop it. I have replaced the lid switch. The washer does finish its cycles after the unexplained delays.

Mike for Model Number 11092389200

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The washer stops for a few minutes, (?), after washing 10 minutes. If left alone it will finally finish possibly stopping again at undetermined spots. I replaced the lid switch as indicated in most researched blogs. This did not work. Next?

Mike for Model Number 11092389200

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I have a Kenmore 110-92596100 that stops every time it gets to the rinse cycle. It fills the tub, but then stops directly before the cycle that initiates the draining of the tub and the high spin to push the water out of the cloths. I recently ordered a new timer from you guys and when I installed it I still get the exact same problem. I tested my latch checking mechanism and everything checks out on the multimeter so I know that's not the problem. Also, when the machines stops, I can get it to start again, by pushing the knob in, turning it clockwise by just one click, and pulling the knob back out. Then the machine will correctly finish the cycle. Any other ideas for me?

Aaron for Model Number 110-92596100

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When washing a load of clothes I have to manually change the cycle. It just started doing this over the weekend.

Steve for Model Number Kenmore model 110 92389200

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Hi: I've been dealing with what I believe is a timer issue. Whenever I wash a load of laundry the wash cycle stops and I need to spin the timer to rinse and then to dry. However last night when doing a load with cold water (I use warm water most of the time) the washer performed the way it should. Should I be looking for another part in addition to a timer or is this an entirely different problem overall?

Mary for Model Number 110.92596100

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