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Washer timer doesn't advance properly, increasing cycle timeseems to get "stuck" during filling for rinse/spin cycles
Washer timer doesn't advance properly, increasing cycle timeseems to get "stuck" during filling for rinse/spin cycles

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My washer began stopping its cycle after pausing for "cool down"I have a 20+ yo Kenmore and would just sit and dribble water for hours. Then, I replaced the timer and nowwe noticed it willwas taking a long, long time to get through its cycle. It got through the wholewash cycle by itselfOK, but it takes much, much longer than whenwould sit at the machine was new. It still stops in"pause/cooldown" point while two narrow streams of water filled the same place and just dribbles water for a long timetub from the rear. I didn't time it, but if I leave it alone, eventually it will advance on its own and finish. Why would a newjust didn't want to finish unless we advanced the timer act like this? Could there be a sensor or relay that isn't functioning andmanually. I wasn't even looking at water level at the timer is just taking over in a fixed amount of time independent of any other electronic input? It takes almost an hour to get through a cycle, used to take about 25 minutes.time.
My washer began stopping its cycle after pausing for "cool down"I have a 20+ yo Kenmore and would just sit and dribble water for hours. Then, I replaced the timer and nowwe noticed it willwas taking a long, long time to get through its cycle. It got through the wholewash cycle by itselfOK, but it takes much, much longer than whenwould sit at the machine was new. It still stops in"pause/cooldown" point while two narrow streams of water filled the same place and just dribbles water for a long timetub from the rear. I didn't time it, but if I leave it alone, eventually it will advance on its own and finish. Why would a newjust didn't want to finish unless we advanced the timer act like this? Could there be a sensor or relay that isn't functioning andmanually. I wasn't even looking at water level at the timer is just taking over in a fixed amount of time independent of any other electronic input? It takes almost an hour to get through a cycle, used to take about 25 minutes.time.
 
Update: AfterSo, I read through some posts and decided it was the timer, replaced it, but I noticed that it still hung up in that same spot (pause/cooldown), so I left it alone and eventually it would finish the entire cycle. I am starting to doubt that it was the timer in the first place. I haven't actually timed the cycle for the old or the new timers.

After
looking through other posts, I wondered if it was a water pressure problem. I looked at the filter screen on the cold water inlet and it was perfect. I get the same amount of water dribbling into the basket whether hot or cold is selected. As it is dribbling in during "cool down" (preparing for rinse cycle), if I reset itthe water level from large to medium load (water level),& suddenly it immediately stopsstopped dribbling water and starts into the next action (agitation/rinse). It's as ifstarted agitating. So, now I am thinking that the water levelflow is reduced somewhere and that's what's lengthening the issuefill time, the timer is fine. But it's the same on hot or cold. Could both inlet valves be the culprit?

Any help at all is appreciated.
Update: AfterSo, I read through some posts and decided it was the timer, replaced it, but I noticed that it still hung up in that same spot (pause/cooldown), so I left it alone and eventually it would finish the entire cycle. I am starting to doubt that it was the timer in the first place. I haven't actually timed the cycle for the old or the new timers.

After
looking through other posts, I wondered if it was a water pressure problem. I looked at the filter screen on the cold water inlet and it was perfect. I get the same amount of water dribbling into the basket whether hot or cold is selected. As it is dribbling in during "cool down" (preparing for rinse cycle), if I reset itthe water level from large to medium load (water level),& suddenly it immediately stopsstopped dribbling water and starts into the next action (agitation/rinse). It's as ifstarted agitating. So, now I am thinking that the water levelflow is reduced somewhere and that's what's lengthening the issuefill time, the timer is fine. But it's the same on hot or cold. Could both inlet valves be the culprit?

Any help at all is appreciated.

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Kenmore 90 Series Washing Machine

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Bewerkt door: Flora ,

Titel:

Washer timer doesn't advance properly, increasing cycle time

Tekst:

My washer began stopping its cycle after pausing for "cool down" and would just sit and dribble water for hours. Then, I replaced the timer and now it will get through the whole cycle by itself, but it takes much, much longer than when the machine was new. It still stops in the same place and just dribbles water for a long time, but if I leave it alone, eventually it will advance on its own and finish. Why would a new timer act like this? Could there be a sensor or relay that isn't functioning and the timer is just taking over in a fixed amount of time independent of any other electronic input? It takes almost an hour to get through a cycle, used to take about 25 minutes.
 
Update: After looking through other posts, I wondered if it was a water pressure problem. I looked at the filter screen on the cold water inlet and it was perfect. I get the same amount of water dribbling into the basket whether hot or cold is selected. As it is dribbling in during "cool down" (preparing for rinse cycle), if I reset it from large to medium load (water level), it immediately stops dribbling water and starts into the next action (agitation/rinse). It's as if the water level is the issue. Could both inlet valves be the culprit?

Apparaat:

Kenmore 90 Series Washing Machine

Status:

open

Origineel bericht door: Flora ,

Titel:

Washer timer doesn't advance properly, increasing cycle time

Tekst:

My washer began stopping its cycle after pausing for "cool down" and would just sit and dribble water for hours.  Then, I replaced the timer and now it will get through the whole cycle by itself, but it takes much, much longer than when the machine was new.  It still stops in the same place and just dribbles water for a long time, but if I leave it alone, eventually it will advance on its own and finish.  Why would a new timer act like this?  Could there be a sensor or relay that isn't functioning and the timer is just taking over in a fixed amount of time independent of any other electronic input?  It takes almost an hour to get through a cycle, used to take about 25 minutes.

Apparaat:

Kenmore 90 Series Washing Machine

Status:

open