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PartSelect Number PS11741232
This replacement timer knob is black with a chrome center. Use this improved timer knob with its metal threads for your clothes washer. Colors Almond, Toast and Platinum are discontinued.
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 pulled out the snack bin, took out the shelf, The rails slide and snap out. To install, all you do is snap in and slide the rail in place. 5 minute job.The filter took 10 secondsThe timer know was for a Kenmore washing machine, and the install took 5 seconds
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I guess I was real lucky - did not need any tools. Where the knob broke off it left a small piece still screwed on the post. I unscrewed the piece and screwed on the new knob and it was done. This knob has the middle (screw on) made of metal. It should last longer if not forever. :-)
I used pliers to loosen the remnants of the old knob, then unscrewed it by hand. Then I screwed on the new knob, identical to the old one but better since it has a metal instead of plastic thread. Saved me a repair bill and waiting around half a day for a repairman to arrive.
I went on line and found this great company and thank goodness because I was using needle nose pliers to turn the dial. I ordered the part and it was here within 5 days, I opened it up, screwed the dial onto the existing part and boom I was up and working again without having to use the pliers. I wouldn't do it any other way when I have a problem from now on.
Removed the old broken pieces with pliers; screwed the new knob on. Done!
Easy just placed the knob and tightened it. Piece of cake!!
it was so easy a caveman could have done it. i just took off the broken knob and put on the new and better knob. how much easier could it have been? thanks
Finding thr part: Sears Kenmore diagram was impossible to read.My SinL recommended PartSelec; It was an easy search with a picture of the exact part needed.The part arrived a few days later and the problem is history.Thanks for your great service
Was real easy just replaced the new knob where the other one came off. Was real please didn't need to replace my washing machine. Got the new knob in record time and was easy to replace.
Got the new, Screwed it on and works good as new. Total time to screw the new knob on aboth 15 sec.
replaced with a screw on Knob.works great Thanks
Was able to unscrew the nut, which was still on the shaft, with an adjustable wrench and screw on the new knob.The part was available, shipped in two days and arrived in three!Not only is this knob METAL, but a perfect fit
I shipped knob to son his wife installed before he got home.
Used pliers to twist the broken knob part off the threaded stem, replaced with the new one. Easy, took 5 minutes. Was happy I could find a replacement for an 18 year old washer! Using vice grips to turn the machine on every time I did laundry was a less-than-ideal situation! Thanks!
I ordered the replacement knob on line. Was relieved to read that the replacement was made of metal instead of the plastic (why it was made of plastic boggles my mind) It arrived promply and I was able to screw it on rather quickly. I am a senior citizen and was glad I did not have to travel to a replacement location.
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