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I see that you are looking to replace the selector knobs for your Electrolux washer, model# EIFLS55IIW as well as your matching dryer. This is typically not a common DIY job, and I do recommend contacting an authorized technician. However, I have found a link on the manufacturers sister website, which I have listed below, that provides a parts breakdown. It will also allow you to enter in the model number of your Electrolux dryer and locate the parts breakdown, as well as, a comprehensive listing of authorized techs in your area. Hope this proves to be helpful!
I'm assuming that since you mentioned a "snubber" that the washer you are referring is a Maytag manufactured top loader (Admiral is manufactured by Maytag). If so, the following link can give you some guidance on how to repolace the snubber and/or brake assembly:
Recommendations on parts that may require replacement:
Brake Rotor with LiningBrake StatorSnubber
The part numbers will be based on your MODEL NUMBER.
Prices will vary between the sites I have listed, so shop and compare. The first three sites I have listed, have helpful exploded view diagrams to assist you with locating and properly identfying the parts you need. If you search by model number, these parts are listed under the "Transmission" parts list. This is not a difficult repair, and the parts (including most of the tools) are not expensive.
If you have any questions about this repair, please post back and let me know. I hope you find this information helpful.
The switch number I found is 7022140A02 and list is 2.84. You can go to McCullochpower.com and find a dealer near you or order the part online. You can follo the links to look at the same breakdown I found for other parts
sounds like the thrust bearing is worn causing an imbalance on the shaft. check herehttp://www.partselect.com/AdvancedModelSearch.aspx?ModelNum=AAV7000AWW&mfgModelNum=&fkMfgID=1:- for a schematic on this machine and parts as listed.. hope this is of some help
The most common cause for this noise is a failed belt idler pulley. Lubricating is a temporary solution and will not last, the noise will return. You can get a parts list and breakdown at this website: http://www.searspartsdirect.com.
If you need further assistance, let me know Regards, reg501