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PartSelect Number PS11739263
This timer assembly is almonst six inches long. It is used for some of Maytag's brands of washing machines. Because there are so many different kinds of timers, you should use your model number to make sure this is the right timer for your washer.
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:
I removed front control panel using phillip head driver to remove the two screws on top of panel.Removed Timer knob by gently prying center cap off.Used needle nose plier to remove retaining clip to remove knob.Used nut driver to remove the Timer from panel. Unplug wire harness and install in reverse order.
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Unscrewed the front panel and then removed screws holding timer in place. Unplugged wires on old timer, plugged wiring harness into new time and reversed process. Washing machine works like new. I was very pleased with shipping and product quality!
Unplugged the machine,removed the four top screws with a phillips screwdriver,popped out the plug on the front of the knob with a small screwdriver,removed the clip with a needlenose pliers making sure not to lose the spring behind the knob,removed the two timer screws with a nutdriver and unplugged the wiring harness.Installation was just the reverse.Very easy installation and super fast service.I ordered the part at about 11am and it was delivered the next morning at 9:30am.I've ordered parts from this company before and the service was great then too.
So Easy a Caveman could do it, remove knob cover, retaining pin, spring and knob. Undo the nuts, unplug the plugs. Replug the plugs, put the nuts back in put on the spring,knob and retaining clip. Put the pop in cover back on. Simple and runs like new.
After 9 days without electricity due to hurricane ike it was a great relief to wash our clothes. Thanks to my loving husband who took care of the problem same day we received the part. Disconnect the power he removed the control panel, removed timer knob, removed 2 bolts holding timer removed connector. Installed new timer reverse order & then connected the power. After that it worked 100 %
Pried off the center cover on the setting knob with a screw driver, removed the "keeper" pin behind it with a screw driver, removed the knob, Spring and secondary knob behind the first knob simply pulling it off, removed two small bolts on the face of the control panel with 5/16" nut driver that was holding the "Timer" in place. Removed the front of the control panel (4 phillips screws on top)and unplugged the "Timer" and plugged in the new one. Reversed process. Very easy.
Wife was in a hurry so 1st I called a repairman and told him I thought timer was bad, he called back and said he would have to make two trips and order part will take 3 to 5 days and cost $250 or buy new machine. Found part on line and changed it out myself, a lot easier than I thought, + great service and good advise from Part Select, Hope to get another 16 years from machine : )
It was so easy to do, removed front dials/knobs,removed 2 outer screws that hold the top cover in place. removed the cable harness from old timer, removed the 2 screws holding the timer in place. replaced timer,cable harness, re- assembled everything. Works like new.
Just removed the timer knob, then the two screws that held the control cover on. Unplugged wiring harness from timer. removed the two 1/4" screws that held timer in place. Put in new timer, replaced screws. Plugged wiring harness into new timer. Put cover back in place, replaced screws. Replaced knob. Started wahing clothes again. Took about ten minutes at the most.
Removed the two screws on top. pulled the panel apart. I disconnected the harness.Removed the timer. Installed the new timer.Connected the harness.Assembled the panel.Installed the screws.I was done. Works as good as new.
1. Popped clip to remove knob2. Backed out two screws to remove timer3. Pulled wiring connector from bad timer4. Plugged connector into new timer5. Fastened mounting screws to secure timer6. Replaced clip on knob7. Mama happy8. Smiles all around
replace the timer in about 20 minutes, the washer worked fine and the lady was completely happy.
It was easy to determine it was a bad timer. When the washer stopped working during a cycle if you wiggled the timer knob it started working again. We found this web site and found the part we needed very easily, ordered the part and it was in our hand much faster than we expected.The part was simple to install. Pop the cover off the top of the machine, remove the knob,a couple screws and a plug. Done deal. Great diagrams on this site too and easy to navigate through. Thank you.
Simply removed the top screws on the control panel on top of washer, Maytag makes this easy. Then the timer was one simple plug to connect all the wires, really easy. The only tricky part was removing the handle/button from the front, bu this was done by just sliding a little clip back then the timer was easily removed.
pop out center cap of knob,remove retaining clip,pull knob off,remove two screws holding the cover,pull off cover with timer still attached,disconnect plug on back of timer,use nut driver to remove timer from cover,using new timer, assemble in reverse order.
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