After use machine went thru wash cycles then rinse water did not drain out but kept adding water till over flowed. Could this be a faulty timer switch? Thanks,
Answer Hello Hayworth,
This will be a clogged pressure switch hose or a defective pressure switch. I cannot provide part numbers without a valid model number. I think the one you listed is probably a Kenmore model number but there are digits missing, probably the three before the "." since Sears decided to put the first three characters before it and in many cases, in a different font.
Whirlpool top loading washer clothes are wringing wet after final spin cycle. Only does this with heavier loads (small or large) such as 4 pair jeans, throw blankets, etc. One repair guy says its a bad timer. Says spin cycle should last at least 7 minutes, mine is running around 3 or 4 minutes. Another repair guy says it's a bad clutch assembly. Two totally different scenarios. What do you think?
Without knowing the model number we would not be able to get an exact time that the unit should spin. The issue could be that there is a clogged drain pump that is not allowing the water to spin out all the way. If the timer is advancing too quickly this would cause the unit to not spin long enough. The spin cycle should last around 7 to 9 minutes. If it were the clutch it would not spin at all.