Level of DifficultyEasy
Time to do repair15 - 30 mins
Age of ApplianceMore than 10 years
James From Columbia, MO
Dec 31, 2012
First, to make sure it was the timer (and not the drain/pump), I ran the washer on a different cycle. Drained fine. Determined timer to be the cause (in main cycle). Removed the back of the top compartment (where all controls are), and you can access the timer and other controls. Pop the cover off the timer control knob to access the screws holding it in place. Remove the screws, disconnect the wires from behind and remove the old timer. Reverse the process for installation. Washer is 1997 vintage, and still runs great!
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Part Number: PS2020143