Repair the transmission by first pulling the washer off the sink and then turn off the water completely and then use the more detailed steps on the repair process on, http://www.sannerud.com/house/kentrans/. If you cannot do the repair on your own, call a repairman as this could save you some money on any damages that you could cause.
10 months ago
Last edited at 12:12PM on 5/26/2013
It is probably the timer, not the transmission... My brother is an appliance salesman, and says the transmission seldom goes. The timer is placed in a spot of high humidity and the contacts eventually corrode. This causes it to either stall, or skip cycles.