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I just replaced the timer switch in my whirlpool washing machine, the problem I am having is the dial is

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Old 07-10-2009, 11:12 AM
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I just replaced the timer switch in my whirlpool washing machine, the problem I am having is the dial is not lining up with the cycle markings like an out of time car, is there any adjustment to fix this issue?

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Old 07-11-2009, 06:22 PM
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Hi Sgt

What you have described is not supposed to happen (that's scant comfort to you)

Anyway, if you could post your complete model number maybe we can figure this out, but it sure is a mystery to me.

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whirlpool model #LSR8133HQO serial #CKO702431 and thanks for the reply, greatly apprciated!!!
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Hi again Sgt

I cannnot see anything that would cause that.

Here is the dial piece that is listed for your model. Does yours look like that? If not, you may want to invest the few bucks and get this one, otherwise I do not have any good ideas for you. Usually the dial goes on just one way.

Part number: AP3872760

Part number: AP3872760


Good luck, hope this helps, sorry not to be more helpful but I have not seen this problem before.
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