Level of DifficultyReally easy
Time to do repairLess than 15 mins
Age of Appliance5 - 10 years
Don From Belton, MO
May 31, 2013
Unplug unit... Pull knob off, Pop top of control panel (clips under right & left front top corners of control panel..... panel will fold backward to expose wiring & switch), disconnect water tube & wire connector from the water level switch, used a small screwdriver to disconnect the clip holding switch to control panel... Bad switch is now out........ Reverse above steps & the new switch is in place... Close control panel, put water level switch control knob on & plug electric back in....EASY FIX.... ***Note*** I called a local appliance repair service to come fix & they tried to charge us $225.... The part was only $52 from this site & we paid the $25 extra overnight fee... WELL WORTH IT... Very simple to do it myself & saved us $150.... Thank-you so much for this service....
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Part Number: PS3408119