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 Posted: Mon Dec 19th, 2005 12:06 am
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What is the model number, the ones I have seen you push in to select the cycles and pull out to start the washer, but these are made by Whirlpool, do not know who made yours but suspect Whirlpool since you show a 90 series..



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I still do not see a model number to see who made this washer for sears...



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Looks like a regular timer and knob assy., if the timer knob is not stripped out sounds like it is possible the cam came loose from the timer shaft inside of the timer, if this is the case the timer would have to be replaced.



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The second picture in your post, (That round flat tan thing), has nothing to do with your washer. It just happened by chance that another manufacture had used that number for a totally unrelated part and on RepairClinc it will show all parts from any manufacture under the part# you enter.

The correct part# for your timer is the number you have: 3351118 and most likely this is what will have to be replaced.

If you're very handy at fixing and figuring how things come a part and go back together, you might be able to make one good timer out of your two bad ones.

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