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Timer

Part Number: AP3967873
MFG Part Number: W10111389
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 W10111389 (AP3967873) replaces 1447605, AH1491079, EA1491079, PS1491079.

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Timer was not working properly Glenn M. • Reserve, LA • August 01, 2014

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The timer Lee C. • Rayne, LA • November 30, 2014
Appliance: Maytag Automatic Washer MVWC500VW0

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Bad timer Jrichard M. • Huntsville, AL • November 13, 2014

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How to Replace Timer #W10111389

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Timer #W10111389 for Washer made by Maytag. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


 

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Washer filled up. Timer would not advance. Manually advanced timer. No drain or spin at any position. Would wait 5-10 minutes and check timer for movement. No movement. Lid switch test N/C with lid closed. Breaks continuity when open. Installed jumper on wiring harness side of lid switch. (yeah I know imminent death and destruction) No change. Tested the water level switch. blow - click. tested continuity on all 3 pins with switch normal and made. Check those results against a brand new one. Results the same. I am leaning towards the Timer any thoughts?

Eric for Model Number MVWC500VW0

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I have a Maytag performa and it seems to get stuck in the wash cycle & never advances to the rinse cycle. I can manually move it to the rinse cycle & from there it does advance to the spin cycle on its own. Is it the timer that's the problem?

Chrisel for Model Number MTW5740TQ0

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Started a cycle and washer filled with water. It did nothing else. Turned the dial and there is no clicking sound when the dial is turned. I was expecting a bad timer. Your advise please.

Jim for Model Number MTW5740TQ0

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My washer does not work on the heavy portion of the Normal cycle. If set on 9 minutes it agitates for 4 or 5 minutes then soaks until the rinse cycle. Does this sound right? My issue is that when i i set the timer to the 18 or 15 minute cycle, it just agitiates forever. Does not go to soak then rinse. What do you think is the issue?

Joe D. for Model Number Maytag MTW5840TW0

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Our Maytag fills up on the wash cycle and then stops the cycle. Agitator does not start. I replaced the timer. same problem. Note if I slam the lid, it will continue the agitator starts up and it runs through the comlete cycle. I replaced the timer because it seamed like that was the problem from past experience.

Jim L. for Model Number mtw5700TQ0

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When the final rinse cycle is entered, the water fills the tub and overflows, does not shut off. To complete the wash without overflowing, the water was must be manually shut off or the timer must be turned back to the spin cycle prior to the rinse cycle and when the rinse cycle is entered again, the it's okay. This is an intermittent problem, does not occur on every wash, happens about every fifth wash. Timer, water level pressure valve, or ???

Eggman for Model Number MTW5770TQ0

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