Level of DifficultyEasy
Time to do repair15 - 30 mins
Age of Appliance5 - 10 years
Thomas From Vineland, NJ
Aug 18, 2009
25 out of 27 people found this instruction helpful
1. Removed 3 phillips head screws and 2 hex head screws from upper back cover to expose the timer.
2. Removed the dial knob on front by popping off the cover with a screw driver then pryed up a smaller plastic button used to hold the knob in place.......knob slid off.
3. I then was able to tilt the whole panel forward to gain total access.to the wiring and timer
4. Disconnected wire harness from the switch.......had to pry up the snap tab that holds it in place.
5. Had to remove a small electrical board attached to the back of the timer......used screwdriver to pop it up and out (gently).
6. Removed one hold-down screw, lifted a little lock-tab and slid the unit to the left and lifted out and replaced.
7 . Reversed the above steps to install. This is not hard at all .>>.very easy to replace.
Machine works perfectly and I saved a couple hundred dollars for an appliance technician.
Thanks to the previous poster . I copied some of their comments and added some other comments..
The service and prompness from Parts Select was excellant and quick delivery.
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