3 of 3 people found this instruction helpful
Level of Difficulty: Really Easy
Time to do repair: Less than 15 mins
Customer: Don from Rothschild, WI
Would not go into the spin cycle
I first ordered the timer for this washer and installed the new timer in less than 15 min.
I used a screw driver and pliers and the job was
very easy. I can not understand why a repair
person would charge almost $200.00 for this work.
But anyway, the last thing I need to do was install
the old knob and when I did I over tightened it and
the plastic knob broke. I ordered a new one which
when it came it was metal. I screwed the new one
on in less than a min. and it works great.
I think that Partselect.com is great and I will be
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