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 Posted: Mon May 16th, 2005 11:40 pm
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Samurai Appliance Repair Man



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Location: Otterville, New Hampshire USA
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I've worked on alot of these washers, changed belts, valves, speed control boards, door latches and switchs, a motor (once). But never changed a timer. Not to say it won't happen or that it's not the problem here, I've just not seen that in my service area.

The problem with your spin sounds like a problem with the speed control board. There's a tech sheet inside the washer behind the ffront quarter panel that explains how to test it. You'll need a multimeter and you'll have to know how to use it.



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