16 of 16 people found this instruction helpful
Level of DifficultyEasy
Time to do repair:15 - 30 mins
CustomerFred from Riverside, CA
The washer was stopping at each part of the wash cycle
I looked at the exploded view that was posted on the website which was a big help. I took off the back and took off the control knob. I then unscrewed the timer from the console and it took a couple of minutes to realize that the timer moved to the left and had these lugs that anchored it to the console. The fact that there was only one screw should have been a give away. The hard part was disconnecting the wiring plug from the old timer.
The install was in reverse and easy.
The only problem is that while the washer no longer stops at every step of the cycle it still periodically stops at the 2nd and the 3rd rinse.
I don't know what that is, I suspect it is a relay but I am having trouble figuring out which relay it is.
Overall, it ws a piece of cake and the washer does run better.
13 of 15 people found this instruction helpful
Level of DifficultyReally Easy
Time to do repair:Less than 15 mins
CustomerRoyce from Woodstock, GA
Machine stopped at rinse cycle. Shut off.
removed 5 screws from back of control panel holding back panel cover. removed control knob from front of control panel. removed screw holding Timer. slid Timer module to right and pulled Timer out. disconnected plug from old module. plugged
new module in and reversed previous removal procedure. Unfortunately this did not correct the problem as machine still stops at rinse cycle and shuts down. misdiagnosis on my part. called repairman and he diagnosed a bad control board.
Cost is 3 times cost of Timer alone.