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Timer

Part Number: AP3183061
MFG Part Number: 8541110
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 8541110 (AP3183061) replaces 1018683, AH888032, EA888032, PS888032.

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My huband and dad tried to replace the water pump and didn't know how to get into the washer. After finding your site solution solved, however in the process they spun the timer knob round and round to the point now the machine doesn't kick over to the rinse cycle it just fills with water.(not overflow). I can manually push the knob in and turn it to spin. The motor does not make noise, could it be the lid switch or the dial and guard timer. I've already replaced the timer knob and nothing....thanks

Monica for Model Number 11016922502

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Water will run into washer but it won't agitate. However, I can spin the water out. Does this problem mean that my timer is gone bad or could this point to something else and if so what?

Larry R. for Model Number 110.26922503

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This is a Kenmore washer 11026924500. The motor seemed to be jammed. Made a loud humming noise. I pulled the motor and just letting it sit in the floor, not connected in any way to the machine other than the wiring connection it still would not go, ... just hums. However, if I spin it by hand it takes off and runs strong, smooth and quiet. I have changed the capacitor and that did not fix it. Opening and closing the lid turns the hum on and off. So I reason it is not the lid switch. I just purchased your timer. What are the chances that is the problem? Do you think it could be the motor? Could I have been sold the wrong capacitor? (From a local parts house Didn't fix it and can't be returned.) Thanks in advance for any help you can give me. Ed

Ed for Model Number 11026924500

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When running the permanent press cycle, my washer has started humming or popping the circuit. When we run using Normal/Ultra Wash, everything is fine. I'm trying to determine if it's the 60 Hz timer switch that has gone bad. Any thoughts?

Geoffrey for Model Number Kenmore 11026964502

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Washer appears to be running at the same speed, when the cycle changes there is a clank noise. The speeds are in rinse cycle for any cycle.

William K for Model Number 110.15962401

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When I start the "Wash" cycle and the lid is closed, the machine starts to agitate immediately as the water is filling. The water stops filling at the correct level so I leave the lid open until water level is stops at the correct level. Machine continues to agitate until I close the lid and only then will the machine start the "wash" cycle. Then machine goes through the "Wash" cycle OK but will not drain unless I open and close the lid. During the "Rinse" cycle it continues to agitate (sometimes) and only stops agitating when the lid is opened, also it won't drain after the "Rinse" cycle unless the lid is opened. Next during the "Spin" cycle water is continually on. It drains the water out at the end of the "Spin" cycle (sometimes) but the clothes are soaking wet. Sometimes the water does NOT drain during the "Spin" cycle. I think it is the timer. What are your thoughts?

Zman for Model Number 11024944301

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