Question about Washing Machines
Timers are not that hard to replace. Disconnect the power to the washer. There are two screws that hold the panel that contains the timing unit and other controls at the base of the unit, they go in about a 45 degree angle. Take those out and the panel will flip backwards and is hinged. Pry off the timer control knob. Separate the harness that is going into the timing unit. There will be screws on the back that hold down the timing unit or a nut in the front behind the control knob. Check to see if the knob has a set screw or allen type fastener. Replace the unit, reassemble and replug into the wall. Good Luck, Jim
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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