Question about Maytag Washing Machines
First unplug washer from power , remove back panel of control panel, there should be a large molex connector maybe 2 of these connectors that plug into timer they usually have a clip that holds them into the timer there may be a release for the timer knob that would be on the back of the timer. Remove any screws holding the timer to the panel. plug connector blocks back into timer, most of the time they will only fit one way and if there is two of these connectors they only fit in the right one , the right way . I suppose if you tried hard enough you could possibly get them to fit in the wrong way or the wrong spot but that would be a lot of work. Reassemble in the same way you disassembled replace back panel of control panel happy washing. By the way how do you know the timer is bad?
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
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