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Washer fill, agitates, drains, then at the transition period from here to rinse, the timer motor stops. I can still

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Old 12-18-2012, 10:19 PM
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Washer fill, agitates, drains, then at the transition period from here to rinse, the timer motor stops. I can still hear the 60 cycle hum from the washer motor, but the timer motor is off. I think there is suppose to be a delay period, But where does this delay originate, and how does it communicate with the timer motor. Thanks...


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It would be helpful if you posted the model number.
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