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Level of DifficultyReally easy
Time to do repair:Less than 15 mins
CustomerJohn from Portland OR
The timer unit on my 15 year old washer (only used for three, however, as we put it in storage while overseas) had been broken so that the push-pull on-off mechanism no longer functioned. The timer itself was fine, however not much good if I couldn't start and stop loads. Unfortunate because repla
Repairing was simple. The old timer assemply was easy to remove after opening the console panel. Installing the replacement part was a simple reversal of the steps. It was that easy. First, however, I unpluged the unit! Then after opening the console I found that two flanges held the timer unit on one side (these are what was broken on the old part) and a screw on the other. I had to unhook the electrical harness from the old part (a bit of tugging) and unscrew the ground. Putting it back together was actually a bit easier because I knew what to expect. In short, this was a fix within my reach and doing the work myself saved a service call.