Thank you so much for the reply!
One of the things I did was check the continuity of all of the wires from the timer to the inverter as I had heard there was a fuse in the wires.
The motor I replaced did not have the large fuse on top but the motor I bought did. Everything else is the same.
I have written GE to see if the service manual is available.
In 2010 evidently the first part of the year the motor/inverter had the fuse on top and the later didn't.
If I knew what the voltages were suppose to be when it agitates and or spins it would really help.