Posted 27 June 2013 - 03:25 PM
It's not that difficult I don't think. It depends on how you are with a screwdriver. The part itself should be plug and play. Just disassemble the front control panel and remember how it goes back together. Also make sure you unplug before taking it apart.
Here's a part manual with pictures that should help with seeing the parts needed to be removed. The part you will be after is #5 on page 2.
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