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PartSelect Number PS11739274
The timer controls most of the operations of the washer: water level, tub filling and emptying, length of cycles, and cycle setting sequences.
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:
Popped-off the trim disc in the center of the timer knob to expose the locking clip. Then used a small screwdriver to pop it off. Then carefully removed the knob (careful, there's a spring inside). With the knob removed, you now have access to the two bolts that hold the timer in place. Removed them. Removed the screws that fasten the control panel and flipped it down and forward. Disconnected the wiring harness from the timer. Then reinstalled the new timer in the reverse order of disassembly. Viola'!
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Removed the knob on the timer. Removed the 4 screws on top of the machine. Removed the two screws with nut driver for the timer. Replaced the timer and the two screws that hold it. Plugged in the electrical socket to the timer. Put the face plate back into position and replaced the 4 screws, Put the control knob and plate back on and tried it. Worked great!!
After unplugging the washer and removing the drain line I was able to pull the washer away from the wall. This provided access the top of the washer. On top of the washer machine I removed four philips screws which released the control panel. From the control panel I removed a lock washer from the timer stem, which permitt the knobs to be removed and exposed the two nutscrews which hold the timer in place. I removed the wiring harness plug from the timer and then the two nutscrews and the timer was free from the control panel. This entire process was reversed for assembly of the new timer. The washer is running like a new one now.
1.Unplug wash mashine.2.Remove four sheat metal screws at top of control housing and seperate by pulling forward exposing timer.3.Remove face plate with prongs holing it on pullout knob.4.Remove clip securing pull out knob.5.Remove pull out knob.6. Remove spring.7.Remove face plate with indicator line.8.Remove two bolt with lock washers securing timer to metal housing.9.Remove wire harness.10.Reasemble in reverse.
First, using a phillips head screwdriver, I removed the four screws on the top of the control panel and tilted it forward to access the timer. Next, I removed the button on the face of the control knob and removed the retaining clip. Next, I unscrewed the screws holding the timer on the control panel using a nutdriver. I then pulled the wire harness off of the broken timer and discarded it. I then plugged the wire harness into the new timer, placed the new timer back in place and secured it with the two screws. I then tilted the front panel back up into place and secured it with the four screws. Finally, I replaced the knob, retaining clip, and cover. The washer works like it is brand new! Gotta love a good ol' Maytag!!!!! It was easy and I'm a girl!
Unpluged machine from electrical outlet. Removed 4 screws from top of control panel. Removed center disc from timer knob. Removed clip that holds knob. Removed knob, spring, and face plate from timer. Removed 2 small hex head screws that hold timer to control panel. Unpluged electrical plug from old timer. Reversed procedure with new timer. Machine works fine.
I removed the 4 screws that hold the control cover to the machine. Next pulled out capacity knob,then I pulled out hot and cold water knob. On control dismatled it from parts com detailed drawing. Removed two screws that hold the control. Unplug-ed wire harness from Control. Reverse this procedure to install control.
Removed screws that hold the plate over the buttons on the front of the washer. Removed timer box and replaced.
the washer would not fill with water , and I had replaced the timer before,but as it turns out we need a fuse for the washing machine.
removed power plug from outlet removed 2 top cover screws then removed timer knob cover then retaining clip then spring and back of timer knob, removed 2 hex head screws tilted timer panel forward unpluged old timer removed old timer and just installed in reverse order pluged power cord in and turned washing maching on good as new.
First I unplugged the washing machine then I removed 4 screws on top of the washer control panel, then removed the on/off knob and the two bolts holding the timer in place. I then unplugged the wiring harness and assembled in reverse order. Complete job done in 5 minutes.
Removed washing machine controll panel and removed the timer and replaced it with the one I ordered from PartSlect. Not bad for a old man to fix things himself,and save 20 to 30 dollars on the parts and 55 to 60 dollars on the labor. Glad I found your spot on the internet. I will tell others where they can order parts and save big bucks. Thanks
remover two screws from control panel remover timer dail remove plug on dail to removed dail remove two screws and unplug wires. but first unplug power.
The part was over $50. less from partselect even with shipping. It took minutes to install and works wonderfully. My son did the repair so quickly with just a screwdriver; I could not believe he was done.
Removed the screws on the top of the panel, disengaged the wiring plug and repluged it into the new timer, removed the knob from the panel and replace the new timer. Replaced the the knob and put the screws back in, done!
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