Level of DifficultyReally easy
Time to do repair15 - 30 mins
Age of Appliance5 - 10 years
Devaughn From Merritt Island, FL
May 30, 2008
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I removed the 2 screws to expose the tomer. Then I pried off the washer knob to the timer with a screw driver. Then the knob came off exposing the 2 screws that held the timer onto the machine. I then set the old timer aside with the 2 plug in wiring harnesses still attached. I then placed the new timer in place and attached it with the 2 screws that held the old timer in place to the machine front panel. Then I transferred the 2 plug in wiring connections over to the new timer, discarding the old defective timer. All was then finished except for securing the drop down front washer panel to the machine with the 2 removed screws. With this done I placed the removed knob back onto the front panel. The job was done. The washer worked fine with the new timer in place.
By the way I am over 80 years old. If I could do this simple timer replacement job, then I think anyone could do the job.
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Part Number: PS2019463