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Timer Washer

Part Number: AP3018981
MFG Part Number: 3948357
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 and Washer Dryer Combo Control Board.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 3948357 (AP3018981) replaces 547129, AH350342, EA350342, PS350342.

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When I unplug it, the water shuts off. So, it seems it's pressure switch. But, when I adjust the water level (load level), it stops at correct level. And one more thing, that I noticed the buzzing sound coming from the timer switch at the end of cycle. When I press the timer off, the sound goes away. That's why I'm guessing it's timer issue rather than pressure switch. Which part should I replace first? Thanks,

Andrew for Model Number YLTE6234DQ3

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Hi there, I have an issue with my washer where it never shuts off the water. It constantly fills up the water to level I set; by end of wash cycle, it will refill the water. Instead of having dry clothes, I have all wet clothes. So, I manually shut off water tap end of rinse cycle. Do I need to change washer timer? Thanks,

Andrew for Model Number YLTE6234DQ3

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My 18 year old Whirlpool washer "stops" in the "normal" program before entering the rinse cycle. Pushing the timer knob in and advancing it manually for one click and then pulling it back out five times (five clicks in total) causes the washer to enter the rinse cycle on the fifth click and finally finishes the program. When using the "permanent press" program, the washer runs through each cycle without any hesitation. Have I reached the life expectancy of a Whirlpool timer (at 18 years :} ... or is there some other gremlin lurking around? Thanks in advance... John

John R. for Model Number LLR8233DZ

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