Question about GE Washing Machines
A pin thru the timer shaft can break, or the plastic teeth it engages in can be stripped.
It is not difficult to repair if you have the parts, but you can only get these from another timer- maker will not supply parts.
To take timer apart.
Take it out of the machine.
You will see two twisted metal tabs on the back and one on the front.
Carefully straighten the tabs and the timer will come apart as FRONT, BACK, CAM ROTOR
Gently remove the shaft and you will see what part has failed.-- replace.
Be very careful with reassembly not to bend the contact fingers.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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