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Hell hath no fury as a washer that stays in the wash cycle all day

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I have a Kenmore 110 Toploading washer that will not complete a wash cycle.  The tub fills up with water and then the cycle starts but stays in the same place.  Is this a timer problem????

 

Additionally, I have a mysterious leak that I am sure is not the tub, but not sure how or where else to check....

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110 just tells us this is a Whirlpool built washer, would need the rest of the model number to see what is in this washer.  Is it a direct drive or belt driven??? If the timer does not advance you probably have a dead timer motor but would have to replace the whole timer.  To address the water leak will need more information on what style it is by seeing the model number.

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Pegi,

Thanks for the reply- my model number is 82692120.  This is belt driven model.

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Aaaaa, so this will take more sluthing.  Best to remove the rear access panel and run the washer while seeing where the leak is coming from with a flashlight without getting sucked into the washer and becoming part of the guts by the belt...could be a hole in the tub, tub grommet, spin tube seals, pump, sump grommet, hole in a hose, endless possibilities here on these old belt driven washers.  All leaks are visable, just have to see where it is coming from.

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Will give it a look and let you know the results.  Thanks a bunch for the help!

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