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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Mar 15, 2010
SOURCE: control knob wont go on properly
Re-assemble the knob in the high range of the warm position, about 180 degrees from the "OFF" position. Install the long prong of the spring inwards (away from you as you look at the knob). That prong has to go in between the metal stop bar (again, about 180 degrees from "OFF") and a ridge on the inner knob. You should be able to reinstall everything while the spring is loose in this position. The only time you'll feel spring tension is if you rotate the knob counterclockwise towards "HOT". You won't feel any spring tension as you rotate the know clockwise back towards "OFF".
I figured it out after a fresh start in about 5 minutes.
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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