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PartSelect Number PS267933
This dryer timer is used to control the unit's cycles by regulating the length of time that power is directed to each setting.
This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
I removed the screws holding the cover for the switches.I twisted the old timer loose.I moved wires one by one to the new timer with pliers.Lastly, I twisted the new timer to the locking position and replaced the cover.Everything now works fine
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Removed 4 #20 torx screws from top of electric control panel.Marked and labeled wires on timer before removing them. Removed nob from front of panel before removing defective timer. Installed new timer and resister using labels to put wires back on correct terminals.Put control panel back together with the 4#20 torx screws. Tested dryer. timer working but clothes taking too long over an hour to dry. Removed back panel finding one heater wire broken.Repaired. Can youtell me where to buy a service book on this dryer?
I was able to take off the front top panel (4 star screws) folded top panel towards me. Marked all the wires to make it easier to remember where they go on new timer. (could have just removed and replaced on new timer as wires were long enough. Pushed old timer down onto panel with screw driver to loosen (this was hardest part) once I was able to loosen and remove the new timer was easy to replace and tighten. Put wires in place. Folding top panel back into place. Closed and tightened screws. Project done!!! Saved about $200.00... GO ME!!!
Took top off ,4 screws.Took old timer out and just transferred wires to new one, very easy and worked perfect.Would probally get new knob also if ever done again.
Hello,I just want to start by saying thanks to Partselect for having such a great website. The site is easy to navigate and with the explosion views allowed 'us novice' to select the right part the first time.With post from previous DIY'ers, help make my repair very easy and simple. I had to replace the timer and the Pulley Idler. I first removed the top, leaving the timer panel connected by wires. I then removed the belt from the drum. That step was easy since the Pulley Idler was broke. I simply slid off the drum with ease. Once the belt was off I disassembled the front panel of the dryer. With the front panel off, I used a 3ft clamp to hold the drum in place while I unscrewed the three drum screws inside. I then pulled the drum out and set to the side. The tension pulley was simple to remove and reinstall. I reversed the steps above until the I got to the installation of the timer panel. With the new timer I put them side by side. I pulled one wire at a time and replaced to the new timer. Once all wires have been transferred, I then pulled the knob off the front. I used a small and medium flat head screwdriver, the small one to pry up the keeper flap and the medium to hold it. I was able to turn the timer and release it with ease. I then inserted the new timer and replaced the knob. I finished reinstalling the dryer and tested. Works great! This all took approximately an hour.
Fixed both issues. Go to http://www.do-it-yourself-washing-machine-and-dryer-repair-help.com/ The videos were all the help and information I needed, no log-in is necessary, and it was super helpful to me, found everything I needed. Was hesitant to remove the drum to get to the igniter but the videos show everything and are well done.
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