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PartSelect Number PS271124
White in color.
This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
This dial is located behind the timer knob.
Used a screw driver and needle nose pliers to remove clip from behind the timer knob. Took 2 minutes to remove clip, i admit it was a little tricky but once you get a grip on the clip very easily removed. Replaced with new knob, old knob gear was completley stripped . put the new clip on and presto, Like brand new.A normal service call would of ran me 45.00 just to tell me what was wrong with the machine.
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All I had to do was pull out the broken timer dial assembly and push in the new one.
had to replace the timer assy. the removal of the clip on the back of the timer knob was a little tricky. i removed the 4 torx screws from the top of the washer. disconnected the gang plug from the timer assy. reinstalled timer, gang plug, reinstalled top panel and put on new knobs. total time was 10 minutes. if all repairs could be this easy i would change professions
First off, the repair part arrived in only two days. The schematic was very detailed and accurate on your web site. Once the part arrived and removed from the bag, it was a snap to install with just a needle nosed pliers. Total time was less than 5 minutes. This was the first time I had used PartSelect and you can bet I'll be back. Thanks again. Gary K. in IN.
I simply ordered the new part from Parts Select.com. It arrived quickly. I opened the package and easily pushed the knob onto the selecter. Opening the package was harder to do than the actual repair.
I read all the other inputs before I started the job. It was a very simple repair.
It was really easy. I removed the broken part of the knob from the metal center knob assembly. Cleaned out the "teeth" of the inner knob assembly to remove any debris from the plastic part that broke. I made sure that the metal center knob assembly was pulled out all the way (using the pliers). I inserted the new knob making sure that the knob lined up with the arrow on the dial. Then turned it slightly to ensure that the "teeth" fit together properly. While holding the handle in place, I used the pliers to slide the clip into the slot to keep the knob in place. Once it clicked into place... I was DONE!
Just took the dail off and put the knob on and slid the clip on. It was harder to take the glue off that we put on the knob!!
Replaced the knob. Identified the appropriate knob which was easy because of the drawings on your site (PS271124 Timer Knob with Clip). Ordered knob, arrived the next day. Slipped the knob on the washing maching controller. Perfect.....took 2-seconds.
I pulled off the broken part and popped on the new knob. I probably spent less than 5 minutes fixing the problem. Super easy.
coil tested bad so i replaced,still had the same problem so I checked every thing couldn,t didn,t know what to do so I went on-line got ask.com. And e-mailed a repair man and he said that it was the curcuit board but he said I would have to purchase a new motor because they come together.So they both was bad.
Removed the timer nobs on front and the smaller nob was broken , took the back off the control panel removed screws disconnected wiring harness pulled out timmer . Replaced those parts , the drain hose on the back took the 2 screws out puled the old hose out and installed new one the washer runs perfect thank you much glen haskell
could not have been easier. It took a pair of pliers and a few minutes time to remove the remaining portion of the old knob from the spindle. Then simply push the new knob into place.worked perfectly
Just pushed on the knob into place and it clipped on. No problems or issues. Thanks so much for posting pictures of the parts in all angles I was able to identify it since I didnt have the part number. Ordering and shipping was quick and easy. Thanks carlos a.
First I had to remove old knob part from washer. Then I put the new one on. It was that easy,anyone could do it.
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