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The knob just spins round and doesn't catch. It received a bash and it now won't accept a wash cycle. Any thoughts?

Wash cycle knob doesn't catch. It won't accept a cycle. Is it external problem? Knob replacement or internal? Best way forward?

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it's possible go to www.repairclinic.com and enter the numbers you have posted and it will show you what they are. I have the same problem. What I did was not pretty but it works for now. I broke a piece off of your part#387997 and simply turn my dial that way and then pull the center out to start the wash. Considering a new timer is close to $100+ and it works fine this way , well you know...

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