I have a GE WJRR4170G0WW, Ser #FM909711G. The control knob turns but will not turn the dial to settings. If you grab knoband dial together and press real hard, you can get it to setting. It will run through all the cycles just fine once you get it to settings, so I dont think it is the timer. Any thoughts? Any help is greatly appreciated as I dont want to spend money I dont need to.
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Re: control knob will not turn to desired setting
The timer knob has a clip that will allow you to remove the knob from the timer. it is between the knob and the dial. what happens is the knob has gear like teeth that will become stripped out.it is easy to replace but alittle hard to remove. you need to get a small screwdriver and go behind the knob, pull on it alittle and you will see the clip, then use the screwdriver to push the clip out of the knob, then the knob will pull of and you can replace it.
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you can possibly remove the knob itself, and see if you can turn the dial itself. if you can, then you can probably see the knob is broken. if if the shaft turns, but doesn't move the gears, then you will just need a new dial switch.
Is this washer new if so should be covered by warranty if not attempt to take top off the way that dials turning it looks like it aint making connection at back of fascia may have popped out at back of dial knob
It appears that you turn the dial to any setting from 1 to 13 depending upon how much water you want the timer to dispense. The numbers show relative amounts from 100 total gallons to 400 total gallons, then the timer shuts off.
To set the clock, please follow the following steps
#1 Press and hold the "SRC/OFF" button on your Pioneer car CD player until the unit powers down. Note that the "SRC/OFF" button is located on the top left of the Pioneer car CD player. #2 Press and hold the multi-control knob, located on the left side of the CD player. Hold the multi-control knob until the words "Clock Set" appear on the CD player's display. #3 Turn the multi-control knob until the words "Clock Set" are highlighted. Press the multi-control knob on your Pioneer car CD player to enter the clock setting mode. #4 Turn the multi-control knob to highlight the "Hours" option. Press and hold the multi-control knob until the hours-place digits begin to flash. Rotate the multi-control knob until the desired value is displayed. Press the multi-control knob on your Pioneer car CD player to save your changes. #5 Turn the multi-control knob to highlight the "Minutes" option. Hold the multi-control knob until the minutes-place digits begin to flash. Rotate the multi-control knob until the desired minutes value is displayed. Press the multi-control knob to save your changes and end the clock-setting process.
Before you install the temperature control knob, adjust the valve body (47111) with a wrench to set the temperature to "100 degree or close to it". Now, place the limit ring to tdc (top dead center) and control knob with the red 100-degree align to it. Your problem may have been the valve's temperature setting is out range when you installing the temperature control knob.
Did you figure out a solution to this problem? I just bought a brand new Frigidaire and it is doing the exact same thing, except it never worked properly. I thought it was the unit and had HH Greg bring another out but the 2nd one did the same as the first.
1-turn oven control to lock
2-push in and turn the stop dial knob to set a cleaning time of aprox. 1 hour
3-push the start dial knob in . this will make the locking mechanism to operate (wait 15 seconds)
4- turn the stop knob back to the"0" setting on the cleaning dial. the knob will pop out waight 15 seconds to allow the mechanism to unlatch the door
5-open the door
6 push the stop dial in to return it to the manual position
7- turn the oven control knob to off
8- close door.
basically your just repeating a cleaning cycle to reset the lock mechanism
Lok at your manual tp view all the possible control options.
However, the solution could be;
The touchpads, in conjunction with the dial, are used to select an oven mode,
set the oven temperature, set the time(s) and to set up your range. To use the
touchpad, press the center part of the pad with the flat part of your fingertip. A
beep will sound to indicate that the selection has been made. Turn the dial to the
desired setting and press START.
Pull the plug or flip the circuit breaker, wait five seconds and plug in the range or flip the circuit breaker to on. Always set the clock after installation or after a power failure. Once power returns to the oven, the clock defaults to 12:00 am.
Clock time display can be turned off. The default display is on.
1. Access SELECT FUNCTIONS Menu.
2. Turn knob clockwise until CLOCK DISPLAY is displayed.
3. Press START.
4. Turn knob to select ON or OFF
5. Press START to accept new selection.
Reset the Factory SettingsThis feature is used to change all the “Select Functions” settings back to the original factory settings (or defaults).
1. Access SELECT FUNCTIONS Menu.
2. Turn knob clockwise until RESET DEFAULTS is displayed.
3. Press START. Display reads SELECT FUNCTIONS.