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PartSelect Number PS418697
The timer controls most of the operations of the washer: water level, tub filling and emptying, length of cycles, and cycle setting sequences.
This part works with the following brands: Frigidaire, Gibson, Kelvinator, Kenmore, Tappan & White-Westinghouse.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
I removed control panel(washer and dryer controls since this is a combination unit) from the front by undoing screws at access panel and unplug the washer/dryer unit,220 volt if all electric like mine and then 4 phillip screws at bottom of control panel- 2 large phillips and 2 small phillips at outer edges underneath at plastic ends this will allow you take off the panel. Then pull panel out and turn over to get at back of timer /cycle control and pull pen back at dial, this will allow you to remove the the knob. I didn't know this at first so I had quite the battle going on removing the knob! Then I read someone elses letter and at the bottom he talked about the pulling of pen on back. If you do this you won't have to replace your knob like I did.Once you pull the knob off there is a small screw just to the inside you will have to remove and this will allow the timer to come off.disconnect the plug and insert new timer and re-install reversing the steps. Replug washer dryer and you are done. Good Luck!
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To replace the pump remove to lower screws on the front panel,remove panel ,pump is in the front section , remove two screws that attach pump to lower housing.To replace timer remove screws on the plate that the contrlos on mounted on. Once you have access to timer you must remove the nylon pin in the back of the timer that holds the dial to the timer base.You can not remove the knob without removing the pin
A bit iintimidating in trying to get the knob off the timer without breaking it. finally discovered the plastic tip that went straight thru to the back, pulleed it out and walla walla the knob came off easily. Getting to the timer was a bit interesting, was not sure how far I had to tear down the washer/dryer combo front. Once I got to the part it was easy to do. I have three of these machines, two in my daughter's houses so now am dconfident i can repair if needed. Got the wrong part at first and had tosend back for the right on, got the timer for the dryer first. Expensive parts.....
I removed the screws holding the access cover in place than the screws in the plastic ends than the screws at the bottom edge of the control panel pulled the button on the back of the timer removed the handles than one screw under the handle area to remove the timer it was easy
Had an electrician friend to do the removal and repair
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