Common associated problems. The washing machine timer is responsible for controlling most of the functions in the machine and the control influences on the washer, tub filling and draining process, ascertainment of water level, setting of washing cycle and the duration of washing. The common problems arising are loose connections with the timer switch.
Many chemicals both in the detergents and possibly in water can cause damages to the machine. There are some other problems like hosepipes or other fittings getting loosened in the course of time. Improper electrical connections can also cause damages to the machine. No one can predict the problems that may occur due to moisture, heat, chemicals and electricity. Overloading of clothes also can cause damage to the machine.