Question about Speed Queen Washing Machines
Some cycle selector dial plates are glued onto the knob. Probably the glue has failed.
Posted on Aug 15, 2020
you need to see if the motor turns one direction during wash and the other during the spin. If so, your gearbox is faulty and needs replacement. If motor only goes in one direction at all times, then very possible, the timer is faulty.
Posted on May 29, 2010
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These knobs are normally the pull off type so all you have to do is get a small flat tip screw driver behind the knob and gently pry it out to get it started then it should slide off
However if you are needing to replace the entire part then the top back section of the machine may need to come off it may even have some screws behind the white side plates that allow to be removed and the top part folds up and back allowing you to axcess the part ok this part is usually held on by 2 or 3 screws
Posted on Jun 29, 2011
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