Question about Kenmore 98702 Stacked Washer/Dryer
I trying to instgall a new washer timer and am unable to proceed as I can't get the washer switch dial off of the old timer so I can remove the cover. The other dials on the face came off easily enough but if I pull any harder I think I'm going to bust the knobs. Is there any procedure to remove the dial on the timer other than just pullioing it off? Also, at the exposed stem on the old timer doesn't look exactly like the stem on the new timer. The old one appears to have a black plastic sleeve over the white plastic stem. Any advice? I don't want to go any farther as I may make the machine completely unusable. I can manually put the washer throuig it's cycles by advaqncing the dial manually. Thanks.
Yes, stop pulling on it. Axcess the rear of the timer there will be a smaller hole with a black piece of plastic inside where the knob shaft would be if it went all the way through. use needle nose pliers to grab the plastic piece and pull out. it is easier if the knob is pushed in is gets recessed a little more when you pull out the knob. The new timer comes with a new plastic piec pull it out then push back in to lock on the knob again.
Posted on Nov 24, 2007
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