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PartSelect Number PS11739439
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:
1. Removed 3 phillips head screws and 2 hex head screws from upper back cover to expose the timer.2. Removed the dial knob on front by popping off the cover with a screw driver then pryed up a smaller plastic button used to hold the knob in place.......knob slid off.3. I then was able to tilt the whole panel forward to gain total access.to the wiring and timer4. Disconnected wire harness from the switch.......had to pry up the snap tab that holds it in place.5. Had to remove a small electrical board attached to the back of the timer......used screwdriver to pop it up and out (gently).6. Removed one hold-down screw, lifted a little lock-tab and slid the unit to the left and lifted out and replaced.7 . Reversed the above steps to install. This is not hard at all .>>.very easy to replace. Machine works perfectly and I saved a couple hundred dollars for an appliance technician. Thanks to the previous poster . I copied some of their comments and added some other comments..The service and prompness from Parts Select was excellant and quick delivery.
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Removed upper back cover to expose the timer, the whole panel could then be tipped foward which made it easy to work on.Removed the dial knob on front by popping off the cover then pryed up a smaller plastic button used to hold the knob in place.......knob slid off.Disconnected wire harness from the switch.......had to pry up the snap tab that holds it in place.Had to remove a small electrical board attached to the back of the timer......used screwdriver to pop it up and out (gently).Removed one hold-down screw, lifted a little lock-tab and slid the unit to the left and lifted out and replaced.I'm sure I forgot something.........but the whole thing was pretty easy to figure out .
The repair it is simple the problem was to figure it out, I did some research on this kind of problem and everything was pointing to the timer so I used a philips screw driver and a nut driver to remove the backside of the control panel,but first don;t forget to unplug the machine, I have to pry off the knob top cover and remove a plastic clip to pull the knob after that you can unplug the electronic board connector and the timer connector,remove a couple of screws amd the timer is out, installation is the reverse of removal.
I did what anyone could do, remove the screws and replace the part. The part just came apart during installation. If I were Maytag, I would replace the part free of charge.
Removed the back panel from the control panel which was 3 phillips head screws and 2 hex screws. Remove the front knob from the timer, this is completed by removing the round center plate on the knob by simply pulling it off and then remove the small plastic pin in the center of the knod underneath the round plate. The pin holds the knob in place and once removed the knob can be pulled off along with the plate behind it. Now from the back inside the contrlo panel simply unplug the wiring harness from the timer. Remove the circuit board from the timer also, it pulls off easily. There is one hex head screw holding the timer in place and once removed the entire timer assembly can be removed by rerleasing the right side and sliding the assembly to the right and out.Slide the new timer in place, secure with the hex head screw, reconnect the wiring harness and press the circuit board back in place on the bottom of the new timer. Close up the back panel and replace the front knob components onto the new timer and you are ready to go. In all it took about 40 minutes and saved me over $200 for a service call.
Unplug washer,remove selector knob(4 separate pieces),Remove back plate,Unplug 2 components,Remove one screw at bottom rt. corner.Slide timer to rt.Then with new part assemble in reverse of previous steps. Good luck!
I have a Maytag Atlantis ser.# MAV7600aww, I purchased in 2001. There are five screws to remove from the back of the control panel. The panel tilts forward. Push the front part of the bottom of the panel back and lift and the timer is easily accessible. Plastic hooks/hinges hold the panel in pal;ce. Fortunately I did not have to replace the timer. I wanted to do a deep cleaning as some mold had begun to sour the inside of the drain tub. When I pulled the front panel off I discovered a loose plug on the motor. I Reconnected it and problem SOLVED!!! Partselect.com was by far the best price and the return policy looked unbeatable. I am very happy with Partselect.com and would do business with them again!!! (Thank you, Lacey!!!!!!)
Replaced timer. Removed cover, disconnected wiring brackets, replaced new component & reassembled.
It took a little bit of effort to find the service manual online so I could see how to take apart the console of the washer. I wanted to make sure of how to remove the front knob and timer dial because they can break easily if not done correctly.I pried off the center cap of the knob, then pulled the center locking post out to release the knob and pointer dial. Then I removed the three phillips head screws on the top of the console housing and pulled the top of the control panel forward while pushing the bottom of the panel towards the rear.The timer replacement itself was very simple. Remove the wiring harness connector and it is held in by one screw and a locking press tab. Be careful not to hit and break the retaining tabs on the 'AUTO TEMPERATURE' LED socket that mounts right next to the timer.Reassmble in the reverse order and you are set to go.
Removed the panel to access the part. Removed the circuit board that was snapped onto the timer, removed the old timer, installed the new timer, and snapped the circuit board back in place. Closed the panel.
I took the back plate off, which consisted of 3 phillips screws and 2 hex head screws. Than I removed 2 plugs; one from washer timer and one to the board that is clipped on the back of the washer timer. The washer timer has to be slid a little to the right, if your facing the back of the machine, than pulled up. It came out rather easy. I put the new washer timer in, back tracing how I had removed it and ran 5 loads of colored wash with no problems.
The only thing I would add to the other guys stories is that the dial knob center actually comes apart, it took a few minutes for me to figure that part out. Also, be careful not to disturb or break the LED light to the auto water temperature display. I did break it, and had to glue it back--other than that it was a short repair and we saved a bunch by doing it ourselves. The new timer worked fine.
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