Level of DifficultyEasy
Time to do repair15 - 30 mins
Age of Appliance1 - 4 years
Paul From Wyoming, OH
Jan 30, 2010
5 out of 6 people found this instruction helpful
When the timer was pulled out to start the dryer it would not consistently start up. I generally had to wiggle it around to get the dryer started.
I replaced the timer. To do this you need to pull off the front cover of the timer knob with a small screw driver I then used a needle nose plier to sqeeze together two pieces of plastic that hold the knob in place. The knob is then removed.
Next, there are three screws at the top of the dryer that need to be removed to take off the front cover to the instrument panel.
Removing the old timer is easy. Take off the wiring harness. In removing the harness, there is a small tab that needs to be pushed down.
To remove the old timer, there is a small tab on the instrument panel that holds the timer in place that needs to be pushed down. From there it is easy to slide out the old timer and replace it.
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Part Number: PS2036423