Question about Washing Machines
With the knob pulled out, rotate it counter-clockwise. If that doesn't work, rotate with the knob pushed in (I can't remember which position it should be in, but do know that it comes off by turning it counter-clockwise). With the knob off, the dial guard should lift off the center post of the timer.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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