Question about Washing Machines
The grip on the wash cycle switch has snapped off. I have purchased a new grip but I cant work out how to replace it. The new grip is threaded on the inside and the remnants of the old grip are still in the wash cycle switch. Do you know how to access the screw head so I can remove the broken bit and screw the new grip on?
Open the control panel use pliers on the back of the timer shaft then try to remove the knob
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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