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PartSelect Number PS11738842
This timer knob is just over two inches in diameter. It is white and is made entirely of plastic. This knob has a gray trim around its perimeter.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
1.Removed the back plate from the control panel. 2.Pulled out on the plastic pin (behind the timer) with needle nose pliers in order to release the timer knob. 3.Removed wiring plug and uncliped timer. 4.Installed new timer.
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Removed the top cover plate. Some difficulty in getting the cycle knob and skirt off. The whole assembly came out with the cover plate. Removed the screw that held the timer in place, disconnected the electrical connection, inserted the new timer, put the screw in and reconnected the electrical, screwed the top cover plate back on, put on the new skirt and knob, and that was it. Works just fine, and saved me calling a repairman to do it. Who knows how much that would have been!
Learned you had to use plier presser and pull off knob and push on new one. The real question is how do things really get broken. Sometimes you find out, the rest you guess when you have a family. Happy Friday.
first I cut a hole in the back of the machine to get at the hose that was pulled off...to take the back off was too big of a job.....then I reattached the hose that had pulled off and was leaking water everywhere'sI took the front panel off and replaced the timer, skit,timer and the knob timer....the wiring was easy since I am an electrician......the machine has been working perfect since then.......thanks
Unplug power cord first ! Unscrew the metal backplane; release the Timer Knot latch from behind with a small flat head screw driver; remove the timer knot; pop in the new timer knot; re-install the timer knot latch from behind; Screw back the metal backplane.
The process was quite straight forward - simply by removing the top control panel at the back of the unit and pull out the plastic lock pin that kept the old knob wedged tight. Then install the new knob in the reverse process. That's it.
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