Question about Washing Machines
The control knob is a common problem for this washer.
Get it off and look at the teeth. To remove the knob you need a pair of surgical pliers. Reach behind the knob and yank the retaining clip out. If the teeth are smooth you need to replace the knob. Oil the timer so it will be easier to turn by the way. To put the new knob you simply slide it in place with the clip on it.
Sometimes a bad timer will cause the machine to not advance from one part of a cycle to another. The timer is located behind the control knob on the console. Unscrew the knob by turning counter-clockwise and gently pulling it off. Open the rear access panel (on the back on the console) and disconnect the wires leading to the timer. Remove the screws that hold the timer in place. Install the new timer.
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