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PartSelect Number PS11741055
This timer dial skirt is just over three inches in diameter. It is white in color and is made entirely of plastic. This skirt has a gray indicator triangle.
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:
Pull off the nob/ timer dial skirt . Pop off the cap. Used pliers to pinch the catches together to release the knob from the timer dial skirt.Ordered new skirt from Part Select after confirming part from great diagrams and pictures.Received the timer dial skirt in a few days. Snap pieces back together and replace knob onto dryer.Super Easy.
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Simply pushed the new part on the shaft. No tools necessary.
The part was ordered and we received it the very next day. It took less than 5 minutes to replace the knob. A service call would have been $75, plus the part. Ordering the part directly and installing it myself was easy. Total cost $10.
First I popped the timer dial cap off with a table knife. Next, I removed the grey middle section of the knob. This took a little muscle. The grey section and the timer dial cap popped easily onto the new Timer Dial Skirt, and it slipped onto the post. Works great!
Removed knob from broken skirt by pressing tabs and pulling off. Snapped Knob onto new timer dial skirt and pushed onto stem on dryer.
First, I removed the old parts, there are 3 parts to the dial that was broken, one of the pieces stripped and I only had to replace that part. After taking them apart, I used the new piece, the Timer Dial Skirt, and put the 3 pieces back together. Easy as pie. The only trouble that I had was when I received the new part the first time, it was broken also and I had to order another one, which they got to me right away. Although, they did make me pay for shipping the 2nd time around.They need to package them better, this was just placed loosely in a plastic baggie and the shipping company did not treat it well. Other than that, everything was very easy and quick.
Removed cap from knob with a knife - took skirt off remaining part by using fingers and put timer knob back together. Total time less than 2 minutes. Could have ordered the entire knob for 10 dollars, but the skirt was only four dollars. Either way the repair was trivial and very easy.
I watched the video two times, and it was so simple. I did exactly what the fix-it man told me to do, and presto. A dryer repair job for less than $12.00. And, it feels really good to do-it-yourself!Thankyou!
hey this was so easy that 6 year old could put the parts together..I loved this! No repairman and no going to an appliance store and getting frustrated.Easy as pie!
I pulled the dial off. Fit the three new parts together. I put in stem of the timer and turned the dryer on.Very easy, No tools required except a screw driver to pry the old knob off.
I removed the caps from the old timer dial, snapped them onto the new one and just pushed the dial onto the metal stem on the dryer. It took less than 5 mins. Very helpful staff.
Discovered the problem then did an internet search for the part ordered and received it in 4 days.
Straight forward stuff. Remove the various pieces (didn't expect it to be multiple). The screwdriver was to remove the cap from the old skirt. Pop it all together.
Removed the Timer Skirt by pulling it, by hand force, from the "D" shaft on the dryer control panel. Using a flat blade screw driver the Skirt was separated from 2 Timer Knob tangs that holds the subassembly together. Installation with the replacement part is the opposite steps.
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