Originally Posted by sidfink43
This is an older model, probably in the age of 15 to 20 years old. It was a very good machine for its day, but newer ones are bigger and better.
I would check the connections and the wiring. Also here is a site which will give you some trouble shooting ideas for your machine.
I would not recommend sinking a lot money into parts for it, and instead if you cannot get it going I suggest you purchas a good used or new top loading no frills washer.
Thank you for taking the time to answer me. I think you may be right about connections. If I smack the back panel behind the dial it works fine. I'm going to check all the connections and go from there. Again, thank you!