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Everett

Frigidaire LTF2940ES0 front control

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I am trying to put the control panel back in place, but I am having no luck lining up the spinning cycle selector so that it turns and is lined up properly.

First time, I got it in, and it turned, but did not go all the way from "touch up" to "drain/spin". Now, when I think it is lined up properly, the knob does not turn properly when I snap things back in place and then slips.

I am missing some trick. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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So what you are trying to say, is that the knob on the control pannel has a pointer, to allign with the LED's? Or are you talking about, #31 in the diagram below. I would say that there should be some type of allignment on the shaft #4, to be able to properly line up the cycle selector.R0503055-00001.png

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The black stem has to be installed just right. You slide it in easy till it stops and slowly turn it untill the nub on the shaft drops into the proper position. no force is required, and once you turn the shaft again, it will not pull back out untill returned to the installation position

These are very tricky to get back together correctly.

Nick

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Right, #31.

It seems to get lined up with shaft 4 into the control panel. It's just that it is 180 degrees off.

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