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#1 Posted : Thursday, November 7, 2013 6:54:39 AM(UTC)

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Washer will fill and then not go into next cycle.

I smell a burning rubber smell the longer I leave the knob pulled out.

I will hear a hum for a while and then it goes away. I will push the knob in and wait for a few hours and when I pull the knob out, the hum comes back.

After that, I can spin the knob clockwise while pushed in and hear/feel the clicks. If I do that quickly a few times, it will start to engage and I can feel it trying to come on in certain positions.

Eventually it will turn on when I spin it enough times.

I already replaced the timer, thinking that was the problem but that did not fix it.

Yesterday I tried it again and I could not get it to come on at all.

This started about four months ago and has progressively gotten worse.

Any Ideas?
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#2 Posted : Thursday, November 7, 2013 7:26:11 AM(UTC)

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Check the water pump.
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