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Whirlpool LSQ9549pw2 timer knob does not stay on shaft...


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#1 daydreamer152

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Posted Yesterday, 07:25 PM

Timer knob comes off in hand when pulled out to start a cycle. Have to pull on the stub of the shaft to start washer.

 

Is there something missing (a retainer)? something broken? Some advice here....

 

You as a group have been absolutely super with help to get this machine running again....This is the last issue (as far as I know) and is a minor one.

 

All advice is humbly appreciated.



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#2 weswayne

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Posted Yesterday, 07:48 PM

Watch the video and see if you can tell if anything has broken.Part number: AP3738284

Part number: AP3738284



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Posted Today, 08:29 PM

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I watched the video and everything on the timer side looks the same. I am wondering about the knob. Mine has a hole with flat sides. This hole is absolutely empty. It would seem that the inside of the hole would need some "claws" or something to pull the shaft out. Mine has nothing. Can you/anyone describe what the inside of the knob should look like. Looking like a new knob in my future...

 

Thanks again.....



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Posted Today, 08:37 PM

See if these pictures will help.Part number: AP3675885

Part number: AP3675885



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Posted Today, 08:43 PM

Did you take note of the black pin he pulled out of the back of the timer? The end of the pin extends through the timer to the opening of the timer shaft where the knob fits on. When the black pin is in place and you push the knob back on the timer shaft it locks in place allowing you to pull without the knob coming off the timer shaft.



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Posted Today, 10:14 PM

I saw the black pin I didn't have sound enabled so the explanation was lacking. Is the PIN available as a seperate part.?






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