I haven't done anything yet... I keep babysitting every load I wash. What are the chances of the "new" timer having the exact same problem as my previous one had? I read on myapplianceparts.com's website that they do not return electronic parts... So what happens if I do buy a timer from Sears - and it doesn't fix my problem? I'll be out more $$. Don't forget, this is the 3rd timer. The first one was replaced for a different reason (and covered by warranty) but the 2nd one went bad with this whole spin fiasco and I kind of find it hard to believe that the 3rd one I bought is doing the same thing as the 2nd, it's just so frustrating!!