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Level of Difficulty: Really Easy
Time to do repair: Less than 15 mins
Customer: Deborah from Davis, CA
Knob broke off on washer
The old knob must have lost some teeth, and when it was pulled out to start the washer, instead, it came right off. Looking at the helpful diagrams on PartSelect.com, I quickly figured out what part I needed to order. It arrived within two days! I took off what was left of the old knob by twisting it counterclockwise, basically unscrewing it, as it is held on by a long threaded bolt. The new knob went on by simply screwing it into place until it started to catch ,and turned the entire dial . It was incredibly easy.