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Level of DifficultyEasy
Time to do repair:Less than 15 mins
ToolsNutdriver, Screw drivers
CustomerEdward from Ridgewood NJ
Washing machine would stop at spin cycle and just continuing spinning
Unplugged the Washer. Removed the plastic clip that holds the selector knob to the stem on the front panel. Remove the knob and the plastic plate behind it (It is keyed, so you can't put it back on the wrong way.) Removed the four (4) Torx screws from the top of the front panel. Tilt the panel forward and there is one (1) screw that holds the cycle timer to the inside front of the panel. Use a nut driver to remove that screw. Disconnect the Large multiconnector plug from the timer assembly and slide the entire timer assembly out.
Slide the new assembly in, put the the screw back in and reconnect the plug assembly. Tilt the front panel back into osition and replace the four (4) torx screws in the top of the panel. Place the Plastic plate back on the stem and push the knob back on, positioning it to line up with the arrow on the back plate.
Plug the washer back in to the electrical outlet and the job is done.