|View single post by Will B. Fixed|
|Posted: Tue Oct 7th, 2008 09:49 pm||
Will B. Fixed
not sure, but if you could watch the actual Timer Motor as you slowly turn the Dial till is starts turning by itself.
Okay, did that and found the timer will run on it's own without being hooked up to the speed control when on that dial setting.
But new twist, timer ran at start of heavy cycle too, and also after I moved the dial to next notch.. acting like it want's to work either on the speed contol OR on it's own now.
Wanted to see if I could get it to spin, but no doubt will not go into spin unless you have it loaded with wet clothes as it must know when it's empty etc. Is that right ?
At any rate, it doesn't want to spin either by letting the timer run, or moving the dial to "spin" at this point. but does still tumble.
I feel like I should put the cabinet back together and hook up the water to see what it will do. Not sure why I'm seeing timer movement everywhere on the dial now.
What do you think now?