Thanks, I did inspect timer control and gave it a shot of silicone spray in the back were the knob screw is. I seemed to feel it release in one area. However before doing that, as soon as Motor started buzzing I turned machine off and inspected Motor. It was to hot to touch. I removed start switch and found behind red casing black smudge. Hooked starter switch to a multimeter and found two out of the 3 tests failed. So before I can retest I have to decide if I want to purchase a new motor or just starter switch. Would a failed starter switch cause Motor to heat up so hot?
I was also hearing a thump on right side of machine mid way on cover now while in wash cycle. It was not doing that before. I had replaced motor couplers and cam dogs and may have not seated something correctly.