Level of DifficultyReally easy
Time to do repairLess than 15 mins
Age of ApplianceMore than 10 years
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First, using a phillips head screwdriver, I removed the four screws on the top of the control panel and tilted it forward to access the timer. Next, I removed the button on the face of the control knob and removed the retaining clip. Next, I unscrewed the screws holding the timer on the control panel using a nutdriver. I then pulled the wire harness off of the broken timer and discarded it. I then plugged the wire harness into the new timer, placed the new timer back in place and secured it with the two screws. I then tilted the front panel back up into place and secured it with the four screws. Finally, I replaced the knob, retaining clip, and cover. The washer works like it is brand new! Gotta love a good ol' Maytag!!!!! It was easy and I'm a girl!
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Part Number: PS2019466