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How do I remove the dial from a roper washer?

Posted on May 20, 2009

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How do I remove the dial from timer part 3955761?


are you sure you want to remove it? Those timers are about 500 $

Mar 02, 2013 | Washing Machines

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I want to replace a timer on a Whirlpool washer Model# LSN1000KQW


Good day Mr.james dant..

Whirlpool manufactures many types of washing machines. Whirlpool's top load models rely on an analog timer that controls the cycle used to wash the clothes in the washing machine, rather than a digital control board found in most front load models. The timer contains a number of moving parts and is physically turned to choose the wash cycle. Because of the high usage of the timer, it will eventually break, requiring replacement. Rather than calling a service technician to repair the timer, replace the timer yourself to save both time and money.
Instructions
1. Unplug the washing machine from the wall outlet

2. Turn the dial to the "Off" position and then unscrew the knob from the timer. To unscrew, hold the dial with one hand and turn the knob counter-clockwise.

3. Lift the dial off of the washing machine.

4. Remove the two mounting screws securing the timer into position. 5. Remove the two screws from the bottom left and right sides of the control panel, then rotate the control panel up 180 degrees.
6. Remove the wire harness from the old timer and remove the old timer
7. Connect the wire harness to the new timer.

8. Place the timer into the control panel. Hold the timer post with one hand and rotate the control panel back down. Secure the timer into place using the mounting screws that were removed from the old timer
9. Place the dial back onto the timer post and then screw the knob onto the post.
10. Plug the washer back into the wall outlet

Try to watch this video:

Nov 25, 2011 | Washing Machines

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How do i replace the timer part number 3351744


Hello,
This video will show you how to open the control panel(and remove cabinet) disregard the cabinet part but it shows how to open the console. To replace the timer,push in timer knob and unscrew knob ina counterclockwise direction and use a small screwdriver behind dial to remove it.under the dial will be the screws the hold timer to console remove those.
Good luck i hope this helps,
Gene

Aug 09, 2011 | Roper RAS8445KQ Top Load Washer

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I just bought this timer and do not understand how to find pins. III Woods Model 59204EV


Here's the 1-page "manual" fo ryour timer:
https://www.ccixpress.com/wcsstore/CCIxpress/images/catalog/catalogPDFs/Part%20No/59204.pdf

As an electrician, I rarely have to dal with these plug-in timers, since when they fail, consumers
will just discard them and buy another, but as a timer owner, I can try to describe the "pins" and
operation of your Woods 59204ev timer.

1. rotate clockwise the center dial to inform the timer what time it is now.
you'll want to rarte the dial until the time on the dial points to the ARROW.
The dial is marked in either a 12-hour or 24-hour format.

2. the "pins" are on the outer edge of the dial - tilt the pins OUTWARD during the time(s) on the
timer's dial that you want your timed devce (10 Amp max lighting, 15 Amp max resistive (heater))
to be on, and tilt these pins inward for the times/hours that you want the same device to be off."

Thes pins are advertized to be "Never-Lose" pins, since unlike many past model timers, the
on/off pins for your Woods 59204EV timer are not removable. Consumers would consistently
lose or break the small plastic removable pins of yesteryear, rendering a fully functional timer useless.

May 16, 2011 | Hardware & Accessories

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How to set on at 4 pm and off at 7am


You posted under intermatic 1020 timer
If this is not your timer, add a comment

How to set timer.
Remove dial from body of timer.
So now the timer is apart in 2 pieces.
Silver ON trippers and brass OFF trippers can be removed.

Place trippers in times you want timer to operate.
In this case, set silver ON tripper at 4pm
Set brass OFF tripper at 7am
Timer comes with 2 pair of trippers, so you will only use one pair.
Save the extra pair of trippers for when 1st pair of trippers wears out.

Snap timer back together.
Manually rotate dial around to watch lights come on.
To set current time, rotate dial until current time lines up with mark.

Dial rotates with passing time.
Tripper rotates around with dial.
When tripper contacts on-off lever, it physically moves lever like turning light switch on-off.
ON tripper moves lever one direction.
OFF tripper moves lever opposite direction.

Manual E-1020
http://www.intermatic.com/~/media/files/intermatic/products/instructions/timers/e1020%20-%20english.ashx

Dec 11, 2010 | Intermatic Timer E1020, Single pole/single...

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I having troble with my t103 timer to turn the lights on manualy i try to set the timer but for some reason doesn't work what can i do ???


T103 Intermatic timer has 120Volt clock motor and can control 120V or 240V Loads.
Wiring for timer is shown on following link:
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-T104-Intermatic-timer.html#T103

Troubleshoot T103:
1) Manual override is working correctly, and it snaps crisp and clean, and Load turns on-and-off.
That means timer is basically good.

2) Next look to see if yellow dial is rotating.
If dial is not rotating, then 120Volt clock motor needs to be replaced.
Take photo of wiring and mark wires before starting.
Remove two white wires connected to screw terminals 1 and A.
Snap timer mechanism out of box, clock motor is on back of timer.
Use small star screwdriver to remove old clock motor.
Reattach white wires on terminals 1 and A, tighten screws very tight.
Reset current time: lift and rotate dial until current time lines up with silver pointer.
Grainger sells 125V clock motor:
http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/INTERMATIC-Time-Clock-Motor-1PNK1?Pid=search

3) If dial is rotating, but gets stuck at certain times, or runs slow, then replace clock motor.

4) If dial is rotating, and trippers are attached to dial, but timer does not turn ON, then trippers are worn down and need to be replaced.
Grainger sells the T103 trippers
http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/INTERMATIC-Timer-Tripper-2E054?Pid=search

5) How Intermatic mechanical timers work:
Dial with ON-OFF trippers is rotated by clock motor.
Trippers on dial contact ON-OFF lever.
ON tripper pushes lever one direction.
OFF tripper pushes lever opposite direction.
Lever moves electrical contacts on back of timer that turn Load ON-OFF.
Manual override lever clicks back and forth with each ON-OFF action.

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Nov 20, 2010 | Intermatic T103 Indoor 120-Volt 40-amp...

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Washer continues to run but the timer stops at 42 minutes


OK I see it.

Most likely problem is the timer. The timer tells the machine what to do and when. Yours is sticking at the 42min mark.

I do not see the model number so I'll take an assumption.

Digital timers are integral to the control panel and can be replaced as part of the panel.

Rotary dial timers are easily removed and replaced.

Switch the breaker off. Do not touch the control panel without first having done so.

To remove the control panel there are screws around the outside of the door frame and on some units from inside the machine on the door frame. Remove them and the control panel will be exposed.

If you have a rotary dial timer remove the control knob (pulls off) and the screws retaining the timer inside the control panel. You can sometimes "fiddle" with this style timer and get it going again. It is usually just dirt struck in the mechanism stopping it turning. But it is not expensive and I'd just replace it.

Digital is another system. If you can remove the timer section as a unit then you can replace it. Fist I would get the model number and go to your local parts dealer. Ask it you can get just the timer. If so replace it. There are no serviceable parts in an digital timer.


I hope this helps you. Please rate it is it helps clarify for you.

Mar 10, 2010 | Whirlpool Dishwashers

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I have an older Hotpoint topload washer that the dial just spins. I am unable to set a wash cycle now. The dial is pulled out to stop the wash cycle, pushed in to start and to select a cycle. Can the dial...


HI, this timer mechanism is damaged, and i recommend the replacement of this defective timer control module asap. it can be accessed by removing the cover that is located behind the control panel. the timer is screwed onto the panel from the backside.

replacing this timer control module will correct this issue.

Sep 18, 2009 | Washing Machines

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Dryer keeps running and timer continues to move around dial.


A common problem, had it happen to me.

Replace the timer control. takes about 15 minutes and the skill to remove screws, disconnect plug from old timer, remove timer, install new timer, connect plug, replace screws and panel, run dryer.

Reply the model number, and I'll get you the timer P/N.

Jan 15, 2009 | Kenmore 97572 Dryer

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Can not get the upper right dial off. It needs to be replaced.


remove console by taking 2 screws from the rear of it out, timer knob can be removed by squeezing pin at the center of the timer and pulling knob forward. Probably the timer needs replacing

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