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does this overfill ?
so when you run this with the extra rinse cycle it works correctly? does it seem to be the same as when its on or off? does the same amount of water come in either way?
When we set the Extra Rinse cycle to On, everything works fine and the clothes are spun reasonably "dry" after the final spin cycle following the Extra Rinse. It's when we set Extra Rinse to OFF that the water fills back in at the very end of the regular spin cycle and soaks the clothes as though it's getting ready to go into the Extra Rinse cycle but it doesn't since it's set to OFF.
It seems as though more water comes in when the Extra Rinse cycle is set to ON. I peeked in and it actually goes through another agitation cycle before spinning and prior to the agitation session, it does appear that more water comes in for this extra rinse that is coming in when the regular spin cycle stops.
Switch, water temperature (atc)
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The extra rinse is the 2nd from left rotary knob. I've got the timer on the way from Whirlpool because I agree with you, the timer seems the likeliest culprit to me too.
The service company is telling me it's about $150 to install. I did watch the guy pop the top off and look some things over inside on his first visit. Once the top is popped off, what's you're assessment of how difficult it is to replace the timer? I'm reasonably proficient with stuff such as this.