I apologize, I mistook your model for a different and more common one. There is no light, however, everything that I have had you do so far is still required, now we need to test for voltage. The way your washer works is to change the direction of the motor for either agitation or spin. It does this by sending the electricity through different coils within the motor. If you have a multimeter, and would like to perform the checks, this is pretty easy to diagnose. I have included the wiring diagram for your
model at the end of this reply.
The first thing to do is check the motor for open connections.
verify that the power cord is unplugged from the wall outlet before you proceed!
You will set your meter to ohms, unplug the wire connector from the motor and test between the connectors on the motor that correspond with the dark blue wire, M6 connector and the Orange wire, M1 at the motor for ohms. Take note of the reading and do the same check between the yellow wire M2 and the same orange M1. The readings should both show ohms that are close in value. If not, the motor is bad. In either case, we still need to now test to see if 110VAC is making it to the motor.
Be very careful during this phase, you will be working around live line voltage!
Before you plug the machine back into the wall, plug the connector back into the motor. You will now plug the machine back in and test the same points, this time for AC Voltage, so set you meter to Volts, AC. Set the timer to spin and make sure that the lid is closed. Test both M6 and M2 for voltage. I think that you will find no voltage on either one. If that is the case, replace the timer.
Again, I'm sorry I missed your model. I have attached a link to parts for your washer at Sears Parts Direct. Please let me know what you find, or if you would like any further assistance or have any questions at all.