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PartSelect Number PS11740588
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:
I unplugged the washer, then unplugged the timer, which is really easy because it is just like unplugging a computer. I took the dial piece apart. Unscrewed the screw that was holding the timer on. Took the timer out and re-assembled the dial, then plugged the timer back in and then plugged the washer back in.
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First I unplugged the washer from the power supply. I then removed the cover from the timer selector, by gently prying with a flat screw driver. I next removed the small plastic pin in the center of the selector with the screw driver. The remaining part of the seletor can the be pulled from the timer shaft. I then removed 3 phillips head screws from the top of the rear control panel. The bottom of the panel is secured with 3 1/4" screws, which I removed with a nut driver. The panel can then be tipped towards the front of the machine to allow access to the timer. I unplugged the electrical plug and removed the screw which holds the timer. Next slide the timer to the left and lift it out. Reverse the procedure and your ready to test youur handy work.
replaced timer, be careful not to try to pull the outer knob off without prying out the center of it and then removing the retainer.Then you can remove the 3 piece adjusment knob that sets your washing cycles. If you do not remove it this way you will damage the timer.
removed screws from back - took off knob on the front of the timer. I then unplugged the old timer and plugged the new one in. It was very easy
The repair was super easy and fast. I removed the back of the control panel with screwdrivers (3 flat head screws, 3 phillips head screws). Then I removed the front of the knob from the timer by removing the plastic center cover cap, plactic inner clip and lifting out the inner ring. The timer was secured by only one screw, which I removed. The wiring assembly was easy to unplug. Then I popped out the timer by sliding it to the left to clear the clips. I replaced the old timer with the new one, secured the single screw, plugged the wire assembly in, reseated the timer knob on front and replaced the control panel cover. The problem was solved and the machine works like new.
Unplug the washing machine. Removed the three screws that held the control panel on the top of the washer. The panel then rotated forward exposing the timer control. Remove the knob cap, timer knob, and one screw that secured the timer. Remove the timer from the panel, unplug the wiring harness connector. Reverse the process to install the new timer. Fixed problem completely.
I just removed the screws on the back of the control panel. There was one 1/4 head screw holding the timer in place. I removed that and slid the unit to the right. I removed the connection module. Then I popped the connector on the new unit and slid it back in and bolted it back in. I had to remove the face of the dial on the front and slide the dial off the old unit onto the new timer. This was a very doable do it yourself job.
Removed upper back panel.(3 screws) Unplugged washer and remove timer. Unplug timer from wires. Replaced timer and reinstalled.
Removed 6 screws from the metal plate on the back of the washing machine. Removed the dial from the front of the timer. You have to pop the center peice of the dial out which then frees the rest of the dial to be removed. Removed one screw from the timer back of the timer. Slid the timer out and unplugged it. Installed new timer.
Removed center cover on selector nob and white set key. Removed three screws on top of control panel back plate and four screws bottom of control panel back plate. Washer timer was held in place with one screw. Do not forget to unplug washer before beginning. Unplugged power to Timer. Timer was a direct replacement reversed the process for installation washer worked perfectly. Very easy repair that took around twenty minutes.
pulled washer out and unpluged it removed 6 screw removed old timer and put in new one.
The person who wrote in on how he did his repair on the timer was perfect. I would have replaced the time on my own but I would have taken longer. Instead, I followed his instructions and finished in a little over 15 minutes.I like how you print people's instructions. It definetly helps the next person. I also like your set as well Tks.
Washer was full of water when it finally quit so I had to remove the front panels first so I could manuver the top to get to the back of the control panel. Remove the five screws from the back of the control panel. Pop off the cover on the timer knob. Pull the button from the center of the knob once the cover is off . Remove knob. Inside the control panel there is one screw holding the timer in place remove that and slide timer towards the center of machine ,remove electrical connector and it should be out.And remember to unplug machine first!!!!!
Took 3 different tools to take plate oof. Phillips head on top, flat head on bottom and nut driver for the timer.7 screws, 3 tools!
I could set the machine to manually spin or rinse, so I ordered the timer. It was so easy to I.D. and it arrived in 2 days! replaced it and works great
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