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 Posted: Fri Oct 30th, 2009 11:02 pm
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 Anyone know how to remove the timer on this Kenmore stackable washer/dryer #88732790 ?


 

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you have to turn the screw that is illustration no. 15. I think you turn it counter clockwise until it gets hard to turn. this screw pulls down a clip that holds the control panel up. there is one on each side. then the panel will fold down from the top.

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Well, I have gotten the console open already, but I am not sure how to remove the timer, there doesn't seem to be any screws, and it's inside of a plastic housing that I'm not sure how to remove................

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Look at the back of the timer, there is a small plastic rod through the back that expands into the timer knob to secure it, you need to first pull this rod back



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Are you talking about the metal rod in the center or the black plastic tab that slides back and forth?  I have fiddled with all of these and can't make any progress... 

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JADE DRAGON wrote:  it's inside of a plastic housing
Is the timer body plastic, or metal, if metal, there should be 2 screws behind the timer knob that secure it



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It is metal.  I can see into where the two screws are, but I don't  know how to remove the timer knob to access the screws.

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Unthread it, counterclockwise



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Wow.  Sometimes the obvious things elude us in life.  I unthreaded it counter clockwise and BINGO!  Got it!  Thanks for the tip!:D 

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