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combo washer/dryer won't change washing cycles

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First, it's a GE washer/dryer combo.  The Model Number is WSM2420TBAWW.

 

At first, it wouldn't switch from cycle to cycle.  The dial would move a little when you first cut it on after it filled with water and began agitating, but then the dial would stop moving and the washer would continue in that cycle. Then you would move the dial forward to go to spin and rinse and spin again. In the past few days though, it won't change cycles even after moving the dial.

 

From trying to read through the forums, I think it might be the timer. . .? but i'm not certain.  Any help would be appreciated.

 

I did figure out how to fix my freeze from these forums, so I feel like I'm already ahead!

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I guess I should include the Serial Number

 

ZZ600538Z

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... From trying to read through the forums, I think it might be the timer.yes,

 

GE WSM2420TBAWW built by Whirlpool

 

could be, I've also read those threads..

check to see if there's 120v at the Timer Motor

GE http://www.repairclinic.com/referral.asp?R=154&N=278661

Timer-WH12X950-00935942.jpg

 

OR

Whirlpool http://www.repairclinic.com/referral.asp?R=154&N=547129

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Thanks for the help.  I will test it, hopefully today.  If i'm getting power there, you think it's the timer?  If i'm not, what could the issue be then?

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The timer is getting power.  So with all of that, I'm guessing the timer is just bad?

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The timer is getting power.  So with all of that, I'm guessing the timer is just bad?

:thumbsup:

 

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alrighty. I'll order it. Thanks for the help.

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